KS: Mailed package with contraband to address justifies SW for address

A package in the mail addressed to a house that has suspected contraband in it justifies an anticipatory warrant for the whole house. State v. Mullen, 2016 Kan. LEXIS 242 (April 22, 2016).

Defendant’s furtive movements during a traffic stop justified a protective sweep of the car. State v. Dubose, 2016 Del. Super. LEXIS 143 (April 18, 2016).*

The trial court erred by granting defendant’s motion to suppress contraband recovered from the search, where the officers had collective knowledge of defendant’s multiple furtive movements, the vehicle was of interest in an investigation, the driver had prior assault and drug offenses, and defendant had prior involvement in weapons and drug related offenses. State v. Ojezua, 2016-Ohio-2659, 2016 Ohio App. LEXIS 1519 (2d Dist. April 22, 2016).*

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