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violated

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Feb 28, 2013
 

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blanchester police had an employee of the apartment complex unlock my door to enter my home with out a search warrent when i questioned this the said they are allowed to do that with out a warrent do we want to live under ohio law or reihnbolt law
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Mar 3, 2013
 

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The only time the police are allowed to come into your house or apartment without a warrant is if they suspect someone is in danger and needs medical attention or help from law enforcment, Or if they suspect or have had tips that someone is in your home that has a active arrest warrant. I pretty sure other than that they cant come in your house without a search warrant
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Mar 12, 2013
 
When thy do this, what is stop them from planting evidence inside. They ave done this numeral times in te past. Tey are no better than the Rules wrote by Municial Hand Book Laws.
violated

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Mar 13, 2013
 
i wish more people woud stad up for thee right nowthat we are trying to d something about it the plce have everyone scared
Bonnie

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Mar 18, 2013
 
Really a warrant is a warrant. The ole lady had one for her no good thieving ways. Police officers would have gone in no matter what.
sonot true

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Mar 18, 2013
 
Bonnie wrote:
Really a warrant is a warrant. The ole lady had one for her no good thieving ways. Police officers would have gone in no matter what.
the point is bonnie they did not have a valid warrent of any kind thats why when she went befor the judge it was thrown out and she is able to file against the city and it was not her home they enter not her address and not the address and the old already dismissed warrent
Sar

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Mar 18, 2013
 
Anyone can file against the city for anything but it will only get worked out in court. They could have had a valid warrant and when she went before the judge the court decided they didn't want her or if she was supposed to be taken to a different place, that place decided they didn'twant to come get her. It could have been alot of things. It could have been a total computer error (it's happrned before) but as long as the cClinton Co sheriff's office had a warrant on their computers they could arrest her. They can't book someone without a reason the system wouldn't let them. And it doesn't matter who's house it was if they have a warrant on their computers and they believe that persons in any house they can search it for that person.
violated

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Mar 18, 2013
 
yes sar you are right how ever n order to preform non consentual entry the must knock and identify them selves as police and they did not and occording to the ohio revised code the only way they can enter is if there was a 911 call from the residence or the residence was listed on the warrent niether was true IF MORE PEOPLE WOULD STAND UP FOR THEM SELVES THEY WOULD STOP VIOLATING PPLS RIGHTS
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Mar 18, 2013
 
If the cops get tips saying someones in ur house that has a felony warrant they have a right to go search ur house for that person whether that person lives there or not. If they think that persons in there they can go. Its happened before because the police hardly ever have current addresses. Felony warrants are different, the cops can basicly do anything to get that person. If it was just a warrant for a failure to appear on a traffic ticket that would be where they arent allowed coming into others houses.
JUST ME

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Mar 18, 2013
 
ok not that what i have to say has matter much at all but bonnie the ole lady didnt have a warrrent she was wanted for questioning six freakin years ago in another state so befor you assume some one is a thief check your facts. and sar the law is kinda gray here the the reason it is a violation of rights is they did not identify themselves as police prior to unlocking the door if they had they would have been with in the law. it is a clerical issue from the other state that is being cleared up but for real the person who commeted the crime has already been sentenced did the jail time finished parole paid all fines and fees so it had not crossed anyones mind in a long time but it has certainly taken away any faith i had in justice
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Jun 8, 2013
 
Where is RODNEY PERRY and who is he?!?!?! He lives at 2271 TUCKER RD in Blancester, Ohio.......

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