N.D.Ga.: Cell tower dumps to attempt to solve 12 robberies did not require SW

There were 12 robberies and officers got cell tower dumps to attempt to figure out the phone involved. Cell tower dumps did not require a search warrant. United States v. Rhodes, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 75184 (N.D. Ga. Apr. 20, 2021).

The omitted information in the search warrant application “is not so self-evidently important that Special Agent Singleton’s failure to include it objectively shows a lack of ‘good faith under all the circumstances.’” Franks challenge denied. The warrant was also particular enough: “That these categories may, as a whole, encompass a significant volume of information does not mean Defendant’s warrant is insufficiently particular.” United States v. Addaquay, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 75185 (N.D. Ga. Apr. 19, 2021).*

Entry into defendant’s home in hot pursuit was valid. United States v. Stevens, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 75237 (S.D. Ohio Apr. 30, 2021).*

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