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Vehicle stop made on reasonable suspicion (access required)

An investigative stop of appellant’s vehicle was reasonable based on an anonymous tipster’s face-to-face report to police. Appellant’s argument “Galvante contends that the officers unconstitutionally seized him without reasonable suspicion when they stopped his car based on an uncorroborated report by an anonymous informant. An investigative vehicle stop constitutes a seizure under the Fourth Amendment … and ...