OR: A question to a fidgety driver about weapons in the car didn’t unreasonably prolong the stop

Defendant was pulled over after passing a parked police car three times, and the officer seeing the tags were expired on the third pass. When defendant was pulled over, he was unusually fidgety. A question about weapons in the car did not unreasonably extend the stop. State v. South, 300 Ore. App. 183 (Oct. 16, 2019).

Defendant’s Franks challenge fails. That which was omitted does not undermine probable cause. R&R adopted. United States v. Willis, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 179805 (E.D. Wis. Oct. 17, 2019).*

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