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APPEAL FROM THE HARRISON SUPERIOR COURT. The Honorable Roger D. Davis, Judge. Cause No. 31D01-1108-FB-689.
ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLANT: GREGORY F. ZOELLER, Attorney General of Indiana, BRIAN REITZ, Deputy Attorney General, Indianapolis, Indiana.
ATTORNEY FOR APPELLEE: DAVID E. MOSLEY, Mosley, Bertrand, Jacobs & McCall, Jeffersonville, Indiana.
BAILEY, Judge. FRIEDLANDER, J., and KIRSCH, J., concur.
MEMORANDUM DECISION - NOT FOR PUBLICATION
Police obtained and served a search warrant for real property from which, the State alleged, Jeremy Ripperdan ("Ripperdan") had twice sold methamphetamine. As a result of items recovered during the search, Ripperdan was charged with Dealing in Methamphetamine, as a Class B felony; Possession of Methamphetamine, as a Class D felony; Maintaining a Common Nuisance, as a Class D felony; Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, as a Class D felony;Possession of Chemical Reagents or Precursors, as a Class D felony; Possession of Paraphernalia, as a Class A misdemeanor;
and Possession of Marijuana, as a Class A misdemeanor.
Ripperdan moved to suppress the results of the search; the trial court granted the motion. The State now appeals.
We reverse and remand.
The State raises two issues for our review. We find one dispositive: whether there was sufficient evidence of a nexus between Ripperdan's alleged sale of methamphetamine and the subject real estate to give rise to probable ...