The search warrant for defendant’s house included his car if found “near,” and it was not overbroad. It might have better for there to be a search warrant just for the car, too, but that’s not constitutionally required. United States v. Matthews, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 92554 (D. Minn. April 22, 2019).
Plaintiff’s arrest for shouting “fuck you” at an Arkansas State Trooper did not violate the Arkansas law on disorderly conduct, and it was clearly established at the time. Therefore, no qualified immunity. Thurairajah v. City of Fort Smith, 17-3419 (8th Cir. June 3, 2019).