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Officer’s Stop Reasonable After Shots Fired (access required)

After a police officer observed defendant drive away from an area where gunshots had been fired, then stop his car and appear to place something under the front seat, a Roanoke U.S. District Court “readily concludes” a police officer had reasonable articulable suspicion to require defendant to exit his vehicle to conduct a limited investigation ...

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