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Police & Drug-Sniffing Dogs Raid Ship Twice After ‘Storm Chasers’ Star’s Sudden Death

//Storm Chasers Joel Taylor Dead Police Raid Cruise Ship pp

Jan. 26 2018, Updated 11:44 a.m. ET

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Joel Taylor, the star of Discovery’s Storm Chasers, was found dead from a suspected drug overdose in his cabin aboard Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas on Tuesday.

Now, two days after the 38-year-old’s body was removed, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from one of the boat’s passengers that “police and drug-sniffing dogs raided the boat twice, in two separate ports, after he died!”

“They removed Joel’s body in San Juan, Puerto Rico,” said the passenger, who asked not to be identified by name.

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After his body was taken off the ship, the entire ship was dealing with police and drug-sniffing dogs everywhere. They were not playing around and many passengers were also removed from the boat.”

“This happened again when we got to Saint Maarten. When we docked there on Wednesday a whole new crew of police and dogs boarded the ship and searched everyone. More passengers were removed there too. It was crazy!”

As previously reported, authorities are waiting on Taylor’s autopsy and toxicology reports before releasing the cause of death. But according to multiple reports, it is considered to be a possible drug overdose that led to his untimely demise.

What's more — according to the source, the entire boat was searched by police and drug-sniffing dogs PRIOR to leaving Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Saturday!

“Whatever drugs got on this boat was missed by police and the dogs when they searched the boat before leaving last weekend. It has nothing to do with the fact that this is a gay cruise. It has to do with the fact that it is an unfortunate situation.”

“This cruise has been nothing but one big love bubble and it continues to be even in spite of this tragedy,” the insider added.

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