“For another document to be considered part of a ‘warrant,’ it must be (1) incorporated by reference to the search warrant and (2) accompany the search warrant both when it is authorized by the judge and when the search warrant is executed. … In other words, there are two distinct requirements for documents to be considered part of a search warrant: (1) the documents must be incorporated by reference to the search warrant; and (2) the documents must accompany the search warrant both when it is authorized by the judge and when the search is executed.” A hearing is required on this. United States v. Mendoza, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 54701 (D.Nev. Mar. 25, 2022).
“The only basis for reasonable suspicion offered by the Government is that Detective Wilson had identified Daniels as a suspect in the carjacking and shootings. This is enough to satisfy reasonable suspicion. … Here, Detective Wilson has specific and articulable facts to reasonably suspect Daniels. … Moreover, Daniels was wearing the same hooded sweater at the grocery store when stopped by Detective Wilson as he allegedly wore during the carjacking. These articulable facts are sufficient to confer not only reasonable suspicion but probable cause.” United States v. Daniels, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 54632 (S.D.Fla. Mar. 25, 2022).*