Dustin Sorhaindo v. State of Indiana - 4/26/17

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Wednesday  April 26, 2017 
10:00 AM  EST

10 a.m. 49A05-1608-MI-01814. Montgomery County. On June 30, 2015, a brown box with black duct tape addressed to Dustin Sorhaindo arrived at a local shipping company in Indianapolis, Indiana.  That package was singled out for being suspicious and the local shipping company called the police.  Upon conducting a narcotic examination of the package, a K9 officer gave a positive indication of a controlled substance in the suspect package.  The State applied for a search warrant which was issued on the same day.  Following the execution of the search warrant, the police found twenty-four rubber-banded stacks of United States currency, which amounted to $47,940.  In December of 2015, the State filed a motion to transfer the seized money from the State to the federal authorities.  In July of 2016, the trial court granted the State’s motion to transfer money.
Sorhaindo appeals, requesting this court to review whether the trial court erred in granting the State’s motion to transfer the money seized to the relevant federal authorities.

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