Robert Harte (pictured in a 2013 file photo) and his wife, Adlynn, filed a lawsuit after Johnson County sheriff’s deputies raided their Leawood home in 2012 in an unsuccessful search for marijuana. On Friday a federal judge dismissed the suit, ruling that the deputies had probable cause for a search warrant.
Robert Harte (pictured in a 2013 file photo) and his wife, Adlynn, filed a lawsuit after Johnson County sheriff’s deputies raided their Leawood home in 2012 in an unsuccessful search for marijuana. On Friday a federal judge dismissed the suit, ruling that the deputies had probable cause for a search warrant. File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Robert Harte (pictured in a 2013 file photo) and his wife, Adlynn, filed a lawsuit after Johnson County sheriff’s deputies raided their Leawood home in 2012 in an unsuccessful search for marijuana. On Friday a federal judge dismissed the suit, ruling that the deputies had probable cause for a search warrant. File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

Leawood couple loses lawsuit over failed marijuana raid at their home

December 21, 2015 11:58 AM

UPDATED December 21, 2015 07:35 PM

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