Kissh

Title: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. STEPHEN KISSH, Defendant.

Court: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MAINE

Case Number:2:19-cr-00059-NT

Date: Jan 7, 2020

Facts:

Defendant Stephen Kissh is charged with one count of knowingly and intentionally possessing fentanyl and cocaine with the intent to distribute in violation of 21 U.S.C. ยง 841(a)(1). Before me is the Defendant’s motion to suppress all evidence obtained from the search of his person, vehicle, and residence and all statements he made prior to his arrest. (ECF No. 57.) I held a hearing on the Defendant’s motion on December 16, 2019. For the reasons set out below, I DENY the motion to suppress.

Issue:

CONCLUSION:

For the reasons stated above, the Court DENIES the Defendant’s Motion to Suppress.

The defendant also seeks suppression of evidence obtained from the searches of the safes and his cell phone, arguing that the warrants authorizing those searches were based on information obtained in violation of his constitutional rights. Because I find that the officers did not violate Mr. Kissh’s constitutional rights, I deny the suppression of this evidence as well.

SO ORDERED.

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