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No reasonable suspicion for putting gun in car (access required)

Where the police saw a man placing a firearm in the trunk of his car, that act alone did not provide a reasonable basis for the stop because possession of the firearm was not unlawful and there was nothing suspicious about what he did that would have led a reasonable officer to believe that a ...