D.P.R.: Entry was justified to arrest a wanted dangerous person

Defendant had standing as a guest in Commonwealth subsidized housing. The record wasn’t clear on how long he stayed there in total, but clearly at the time of the search. The occupant’s lease prohibited extended stay guests, but it also isn’t clear what that means or that defendant even knew there was a limit. But, despite his standing, he loses on the merits of the search. He was a wanted dangerous person, and they knew he was there. The entry was reasonable. United States v. Torres-Viruet, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 153256 (D. P.R. Sep. 7, 2018).*

Citizen call to police of a man with a gun in his lap at a strip mall “with loud behavior” was reasonable suspicion when the vehicle was seen. State v. Laster, 2018-Ohio-3601, 2018 Ohio App. LEXIS 3898 (2d Dist. Sep. 7, 2018)*

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