Due to the current health situation, we are limiting the amount of attendance during our viewings, yet encourage sending their condolences through flowers. View current weather. Mariano V. Miguel, 99, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on July 30, just a few months shy of his th birthday. Upon completing his time with the service as a 1st Lieutenant, he worked in Guam as a pipefitter. This profession carried on through his career and he retired in from Wishard Medical Services where he worked in plumbing maintenance. He was married to the love of his life, Rizalina, for 55 years until her passing in Though Mariano wished to see his th birthday, family believes he wanted to get to Heaven to spend Rizalina's 95th birthday with her on August
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Laura D. The defendant was convicted of two counts of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute subsequent offense. The Court noted the relevant facts as follows. After making the stop, the trooper learned that the defendant was on parole for a murder. During the traffic stop the trooper made numerous observations which were later included as a basis for reasonable articulable suspicion which expanded the scope of the stop. These included, 1 the vehicle took longer than usual for the defendant to stop the car after acknowledging he was being pulled over; 2 the defendant was visibly nervous, including that his hand was visibly shaking; 3 three cell phones were present in the vehicle; 4 the officer could detect an odor of marijuana; 5 the defendant volunteered that he was operating a rental car; and 6 the defendant and his passenger reported conflicting stories regarding where they were coming from, where they were going and how long they had known each other. The trooper asked the defendant to exit the vehicle after smelling marijuana. The officer conducted a pat and frisk for weapons and contraband because of the odd behavior and the knowledge that the defendant was on parole for murder. Nothing was found during this search. At one point while outside the vehicle, the defendant volunteered that the trooper could search his vehicle.
Defendant Melvin Miguel was driving a vehicle that was stopped because it had a cracked windshield. In addition, he admitted smoking marijuana. Defendant and his passengers disclaimed ownership of the bottle. Defendant exited the vehicle, was handcuffed and Mirandized, and placed inside a police vehicle. The detective then retrieved the pill bottle, opened it, and discovered five Hydrocodone pills. Defendant was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and cited for several traffic violations. Defendant moved to suppress the evidence found in the bottle on several grounds, including that the pill bottle was not immediately apparent as contraband to justify a warrantless search and seizure. The Louisiana Supreme Court concluded the appellate court erred, reversed its holding and affirmed the trial court. Miguel Receive free daily summaries of new opinions from the Louisiana Supreme Court.
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