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Police had reasonable suspicion to search defendant’s car (access required)

Where the defendant, who appeared to be sleeping or unconscious in a running car that was positioned erratically in a school parking lot, began driving away when the police arrived, there was reasonable suspicion search his vehicle. Background A federal grand jury indicted Devon Scott Coleman after a deputy sheriff conducted an investigative stop and subsequently discovered ...