N.D.Ohio: Transporting package in anticipatory warrant from apt complex office to own apt doesn’t give PC for the car

In a controlled delivery case, the package was left at an apartment building office, and then defendant moved it to his apartment by his car. Still, there was no probable cause for search of his car. United States v. Reid, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 223122 (N.D. Ohio Nov. 30, 2020).

Successor habeas denied as already ruled on. “And to the extent that petitioner argues that the government introduced GPS information at trial that violated his Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights, this court previously determined that ‘[e]ven apart from the GPS data, the affidavit in this case described many pieces of evidence supporting the issuance of a search warrant.’ Burnett, 827 F.3d at 1117.” In re Burnett, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 37431 (D.C. Cir. Nov. 30, 2020).*

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