Indiana Court of Appeals
Robert E. Redington v. State of Indiana
Criminal/firearm seizure. Affirms a trial court order approving the seizure of firearms from a person determined to be dangerous under I.C. 35-47-14-1. The majority concluded that evidence of probative value exists from which the court could have determined by clear and convincing evidence that Redington was dangerous as defined by Ind. Code § 35-47-14-1(a)(2)(B), and accordingly it was within its discretion to order the Bloomington Police Department to retain Redington’s firearms pursuant to Ind. Code § 35-47-14-6(b). Dissenting Judge Patricia Riley would reverse the trial court, holding that Redington was not properly found dangerous under the statute.