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[APPEALS] Ogburn v. State, 82A01-1509-CR-1546
Start Date: 3/31/2016Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Date: 3/31/2016End Time: 10:40 AM
Entry Description
On July 11, 2013, the Evansville Police Department was dispatched to Toddrick Ogburn's apartment to investigate a report of a burglary. When the police arrived, they noticed a broken window and that the front door was partially open. The police entered the residence but found no one inside. While inside the residence, the police detected the odor of marijuana and discovered baggies of suspected narcotics. The police obtained a search warrant for the residence and uncovered tablets that tested positive for MDMA and a key fob for a vehicle. The key fob belonged to a vehicledparked in the parking lot of the apartment complex. A K-9 unit was dispatched to the scene to walk the perimeter of the vehicle. After the dog alerted the presence of narcotics, the police obtained a second search warrant for the vehicle. Inside the vehicle they discovered two bundles of marijuana weighing more than 20 pounds each. The State charged Ogburn with dealing in a controlled substance, dealing in marijuana, and maintaining a common nuisance. Prior to trial, Ogburn filed a motion to suppress, which the trial court granted in part, ruling that the evidence seized pursuant to the first search warrant would be swuppressed. Following a jury trial, Ogburn was convicted of dealing in marijuana as a Class C felony. Ogburn now appeals his conviction, arguing (1) the search of the vehicle where the marijuana was found violated the Fourth Amendment, and (2) the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction for dealing in marijuana as a Class C felony because the State failed to provide an adequate foundation for the weight of the marijuana.

DePauw University
Walden Inn & Conference Center
2 W. Seminary St.
Greencastle, IN 46135

The scheduled panel is Judge Robb, Judge Crone and Judge Altice.
Contact Information:
Name: Martin DeAgostino
Phone: 317-234-4859
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