Police search of alleged meth mule’s SUV ruled ‘deceptive’

5th August, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE — Defense attorney Harvey Steinberg won a battle to help an accused meth mule, but Alejandro Carnalla’s war is far from over. During an Avon traffic stop almost a year ago, a police search found up to a half million dollars worth of methamphetamine in Carnalla’s Chevy Tahoe, hidden in a safe under the back seat. District Court Judge Paul Dunkelman ruled that police were deceptive when they got Carnalla’s permission to let them search his vehicle. He ruled that the search was illegal because, when Carnalla asked what kind of search, how intrusive it would be, and asked …

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