E.D.Mich.: Arrest warrant for another in def’s home didn’t authorize entry without exigency

An arrest warrant for Tyler in defendant’s home didn’t justify entry here because officers didn’t show any exception to the warrant requirement. “The government has provided no authority for the proposition that the arrest warrant for Tyler, Tyler’s status as a parolee, or the ‘plain view’ doctrine serves to justify a search of Bembery’s residence for evidence to be used against Bembery.” The government didn’t address Steagald. United States v. Fisher-Bembery, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 156957 (E.D. Mich. Sept. 26, 2017).

Multiple sales of drugs from the defendant’s premises described by the CI and corroboration of the CI’s tale in substantial part by the police provided probable cause for the issuance of the search warrant. State v. Fayson, 2017-Ohio-7793, 2017 Ohio App. LEXIS 4140 (3d Dist. Sept. 25, 2017).*

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