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Reasonable, articulable suspicion for vehicle stop (access required)

Where a police officer stopped a vehicle after running its license tags, learning that there was a warrant for the vehicle’s owner and observing that the driver matched the owner’s general description, the officer had a reasonable, articulable suspicion to stop the vehicle. Drug evidence found in the vehicle was admissible. Appellant’s conditional plea-based convictions are ...