N.D.Ill.: Corroborated anonymous 911 call about street corner drug dealing was RS

An anonymous 911 call about drug dealing at a Chicago intersection corroborated by officers’ observations was reasonable suspicion under Navarette. The caller also said she’d be calling back and 911 captured the number. There was little risk the caller couldn’t be identified. United States v. Watson, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143264 (N.D.Ill. Aug. 2, 2021).

Defendant was suspected to have traveled interstate with a minor for sex. Her electronics were traced to locate them, and he lacks standing to contest that. Warrantless tracking of his CSLI was reasonable based on exigent circumstances, even under Carpenter. United States v. Boukamp, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143389 (N.D.Tex. July 29, 2021).

“The fact that Burno’s Fourth Amendment challenges were not successful in the state court proceedings does not provide a basis for this Court to disregard Stone, and Burno’s Fourth Amendment claim is not reviewable.” 2254 claims. Burno v. Wetzel, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143495 (E.D.Pa. Aug. 2, 2021).*

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