IA: Def answered door in underwear with apparent semen stains; police there with SW for sex abuse with minors

Defendant was under investigation for sexual abuse of minors. “[T]he police went to Heggebo’s house to execute a search warrant. Heggebo answered the door wearing only shorts. The police seized Heggebo’s shorts because the shorts had apparent semen stains on them.” No search claim made. State v. Heggebo, 2018 Iowa App. LEXIS 1133 (Dec. 19, 2018).*

Defendant was alleged to have used his Twitter account to advertise goods stolen from the government for sale. The government established probable cause for the search of the account. The government also obtained his CSLI six months before Carpenter and in violation of Carpenter. This circuit has already held the good faith exception applies. United States v. Chavez, 894 F.3d 593, 608 (4th Cir. 2018). United States v. Martin, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 212314 (D. Md. Dec. 18, 2018).*

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