Divided Md. high court upholds cell tower simulator search

Court of Appeals finds 'good faith'

Baltimore detectives did not violate a suspected killer’s constitutional rights by essentially erecting a cellphone tower to find him, a sharply divided Maryland high court ruled Friday. The detectives relied in “good faith” on what they believed was a valid warrant to use the high-tech equipment to search for the suspect, who they say turned out ...

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