In the Media – Search Warrants

Toronto Star Articles

Warrant central to pot case.

March 24, 2005 edition of The Toronto Star, by Tracy Huffman

“One officer recalled that the frame on the door was damaged. Another said the closing mechanism was broken. And another never noted anything about the door, and testified that if something had been out of the ordinary he would have noticed. Some had concerns about a possible break and enter.

Behind the door was a marijuana grow operation, and when Durham Regional Police entered the Highview Rd. home in Pickering on April 20, 2003, they didn’t have a search warrant.” [Read the entire article and find out about drug possession and search warrants.]

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