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Search and Seizure — reasonable suspicion

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Search and Seizure — reasonable suspicion

Brenda Capetillo appeals from a judgment of conviction of the possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. She argues that she was illegally stopped, detained and searched when she stepped off a bus arriving in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, from Dallas, Texas, and that evidence of the sixty-three pounds of marijuana found in her two suitcases should have been suppressed. We affirm the circuit court’s denial of Capetillo’s motion to suppress evidence and the judgment of conviction.  This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2769-CR State v. Capetillo

Dist IV, Dane County, Flangan, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Zaleski, Steven, Madison; For Respondent: Farmer, Kenneth M., Madison; Whelan, Maura F.J., Madison

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