OH3: Arrest warrant issued without required sworn narrative was executed by other officers in good faith so no suppression

The arrest warrant didn’t have a sworn narrative because it wasn’t signed. The warrant was issued and entered into the state database. Officers executing the arrest warrant acted in good faith, and the arrest would not be suppressed. State v. McRae, 2018-Ohio-3435, 2018 Ohio App. LEXIS 3720 (3d Dist. Aug. 27, 2018).

There was probable cause for a search of defendant juvenile’s house after a CI provided information about past drug parties at his house and another one coming up shortly. There was no preliminary showing for a Franks hearing. State v. A.P., 2018-Ohio-3423 (12th Dist. Aug. 27, 2018).*

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