Northern Idaho Woman Sues Over Warrantless SearchAssociated Press
Dec. 12, 2013
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"...Miller objected to the search, according to the lawsuit, when an officer allegedly said she was resisting and handcuffed her. Two of the people at the home informed police the juvenile had been at the residence earlier but had already left, and they described what the juvenile was wearing for officers, according to the lawsuit.
Miller contends that police not only searched the portion of the home that she lived in with her partner, Jason Dunnington, but also a room that was rented to another tenant as well as an adjacent apartment. It was in the rented room and the apartment that officers found marijuana, Miller said in the lawsuit, resulting in both Miller and Dunnington being charged with misdemeanor drug possession."