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CAMDEN – When a parole officer got here to his door in April 2013, Kelvin Reyes allowed a search staff to examine his dwelling for a wished relative, a courtroom ruling mentioned Monday.
But after trying by the primary and second flooring, an investigator opened a door to the basement stairs – and Reyes’ cooperation ended, the choice mentioned.
“He suddenly withdrew his consent to the search and insisted (the parole officer) would need a search warrant to proceed downstairs,” it famous.
The cause for Reyes’ concern: The basement held greater than 300 marijuana crops, in accordance to an appeals courtroom that upheld the Camden man’s conviction on a drug-distribution cost.
Reyes. 39, pleaded responsible and obtained a 10-year jail time period in October 2014 after Superior Court Judge Gwendolyn Blue denied his movement to suppress proof.
He was launched in October 2016, however continued to battle the conviction.
According to the ruling, Parole Officer Anthony Bruno testified Reyes’ dwelling “reeked of burnt marijuana.”
“Reyes admitted he had recently smoked marijuana, but Bruno assured Reyes that his purpose was to find the fugitive,” the ruling mentioned.
At a suppression listening to, Reyes argued the search of his basement was illegal as a result of he had withdrawn consent. He introduced a witness who mentioned the steps took a 90-degree flip, so the marijuana may solely be seen by somebody who descended “at least halfway down.”
Bruno asserted one other officer, Parole Sgt. Dave Brooks, grew to become conscious of the marijuana grow when he briefly opened the basement door earlier than Reyes’ objection.
The appellate panel backed Blue, who decided Brooks “detected the presence of marijuana plants before (Reyes) withdrew his consent.”
The two-judge panel mentioned Brooks “didn’t want to see the crops to conclude a grow facility was current,.’
It contended Brooks’ remark “could well have been based on the glow of the bright lights that illuminated the basement to mimic sunlight and on the detectable odor of 307 marijuana plants.”
The ruling mentioned officers carried out a “protective sweep” of the basement regardless of the dearth of consent “to confirm that neither Hernandez nor anyone else was hiding there.”
Officers then obtained a search warrant and seized the marijuana crops.
Jim Walsh; (856) 486-2646; firstname.lastname@example.org