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Charges dropped in Londonderry marijuana case
Wageling said in an eight-page decision that Londonderry police officers already determined that a woman who made a 911 call from the home was not in danger before they did a “protective sweep” of the home.
Police officers testified at a hearing in February that they went to the home in response to a 911 call made by Brandon Castiglione’s girlfriend. She told police that her boyfriend had bitten her and made statements that he could harm himself.
Brandon Castiglione refused to give police permission to search the residence, saying he wasn’t the homeowner.
Police decided to search the home anyway to make sure no one else was in need of assistance. Once inside, a police officer smelled marijuana and picked a lock to the door of a bedroom where the marijuana was found, according to court records.
The father and son were indicted in separate cases, but prosecutors agreed to have a single hearing to determine whether the search was legally permissible.
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