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Ohio Court Rejects Police Searching Wallet Of Driver With Cracked Windshield

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An automobile passenger should not have his wallet searched by a police officer simply because he is in a car with a cracked windshield, the Ohio Court of Appeals ruled last month. On January 12, 2008, St. Clair Police Officer Jayson Jackson noticed a four-door Plymouth with a cracked windshield driving past Walmart at 2:30am.  ...

In 2009, Officer Jackson was suspended after being accused of bringing marijuana into the county jail. He was later acquitted. In January, he became the Liverpool Township police chief.

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