PA: No REP in a gun hidden in ceiling tile at work that fell out

Officers came to the barber shop where defendant worked because of a call about a threat with a weapon. Defendant was in the bathroom, and one officer went to the door. Another went into the adjoining bathroom. Defendant put a gun in the ceiling by moving a ceiling tile. The gun fell into the hands of the officer in the adjoining bathroom. There was no violation of any reasonable expectation of privacy in the workplace. Commonwealth v. Cruz, 2017 PA Super 231, 2017 Pa. Super. LEXIS 536 (July 18, 2017).

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