CASE BRIEF: CJUS230Caption: Hariston v. Commonwealth of Virginia 67 Va.App. 552Facts:On March 7th2015, Detective Karen Fraser with Danville City Police Department was onher was to begin her shift. On her way to begin her shift she had noticed a White Camaro who was driving recklessly. She photographed the License Plate as well as the car because she planned on taking warrants out on the individual for reckless driving. She shared. The information with the Fellow officers on her shift just in case they came across this vehicle. Later that evening while on Patrol Officer Land had noticed a White Camaro that matched Detective Fraser’s reckless driver. He called Detective Fraser whereshe advised Officer Land to pull the White Camaro over and wait for her to confirm the driver. When Officer Land and Detective Fraser approached the vehicle there was an obvious smell of Marijuana in the vehicle, Detective Fraser also confirmed the Driver to be the same from earlier. Officer Land and Detective Fraser ordered the occupants of the
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Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Detective Fraser