In Commonwealth v. Newman, 429 PA. 441 (1968), on November 16, 1964, at about 11:30 a.m. four detectives went to appellant 's home with a body warrant for appellant and a search warrant for the premises. The complaint for the search warrant recited that the affiant, Detective John McCrory, deposed that there was probable cause to believe that certain books, papers, and other items used for the purpose of a lottery were in the possession of Henderson Newman at or near 721 West Mary Street. They forcefully entered the appellant 's home without announcement or purpose. The court held that, the forcible entry without announcement of purpose violates the Fourth Amendment. The fruits of an illegal search are inadmissible under Mapp v. Ohio,
“I heard six or seven shots while I was still out of the car. One second in between each shot. Fast, but not machine gun fast,” said Carson. He then hid in a chiropractors office and called his family to make escape plans. After being held in their places for hours, the bloody man in the grocery store was rescued and taken to a nearby hospital.
In the Supreme Court case named Carroll v. Carman, the two police officers Carroll and Roberts were investigating a report that an armed man named Zita had stolen a car and went to hide in the house of Andrew and Karen Carman. When they arrived at the house, they found there was no parking and went down a sidestreet that led to a gravel parking area. They parked in the first spots at the rear of the house. They approached the house and saw a sliding glass door that opened onto a deck. They knocked on the door and Andrew Carman came out and refused to answer their questions about Zita.
RELATED CASES: None SUPPORT DOCUMENTS: None On 01/21/2016, Daniel Ruther contacted the Pasco Sheriff`s Office by telephone to report a Petit Theft. Mr. Ruther advised between 1600 and 1700 hours on 01/20/2016, an unknown suspect stole the tag off of his flatbed trailer while is was stopped in traffic at the noted intersection. He said he did not see who ripped the tag off of the trailer, but he felt his truck shake while he was sitting in it. He said he did not realized that his tag was stolen when he felt the truck shake. He said he thought that someone bump the back of his truck.
I attempted to obtain identification and or statements from them and they all refused to say anything to me. They stated, “I wasn’t there, I didn’t see anything, you don’t need my name.” Every person that was there to support Cage was very uncooperative towards my
On 09/22/2016, Paul Schrader, on behalf of his employer Duke Energy, contacted the Pasco Sheriff`s Office by telephone to report a Grand Theft and Criminal Mischief. Mr. Schrader advised sometime between 1700 hours on 08/30/2016, and 1100 hours on 09/22/2016, an unknown suspect cut one strand of barbed wire off of the top of the north fence and jumped the six feet high chain link fence to gain access to the storage yard. Once inside the storage yard, the unknown suspect cut two to three feet length pieces of copper ground wire from copper cables at various areas within the storage area and fled the scene undetected. Mr. Schrader said there was no evidence left at the scene and no video surveillance system at the location. He
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