PA: No right to leave vehicle parked on another’s property to avoid inventory

Defendant showed standing by showing that he bought the car he was driving and put it in his sister’s name, and he was the only person who drove it. The inventory was proper because there was no right to leave the car on the property of another in lieu of it being towed. Commonwealth v. Peak, 2020 Pa. Super. LEXIS 255 (Mar. 30, 2020).

Officers had probable cause to search defendant’s U-Haul truck when he was believed to have stolen guns from a safe and still had them, was seen driving the truck, and was known to not have his own vehicle. United States v. Brook, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 9762 (10th Cir. Mar. 30, 2020).*

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