ND: Pole camera surveillance caught def frequenting a trailer park known for drug sales; he was stopped there with RS

Reasonable suspicion existed to detain defendant for coming into a trailer park known for its drug sales. Police had a pole camera set up recording comings and goings, and defendant had been there multiple times before. On the totality of circumstances, officers had reasonable suspicion to continue the detention to get a drug dog there. State v. Casson, 2019 ND 216, 2019 N.D. LEXIS 222 (Aug. 22, 2019).*

There was a strip search of everybody in a prison barracks because of a report of a gun. It was done in the hallway for security reason and there were too many to do it in the bathroom. The fact female guards may have seen it from afar was incidental and not material to the search. Holloway v. Phillips, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143784 (E.D. Ark. Aug. 9, 2019),* adopted, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143324 (E.D. Ark. Aug. 23, 2019).*

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