A California cop obtained warrants to search the phones and computers of two men who drove through a DUI checkpoint in August with a camera, refusing to provide identifications before being allowed to leave.
Napa Police Sergeant Brian Campagna, the cop who allowed the men to leave after photographing the car’s license plate, is now claiming the men “conspired to enter the checkpoint to commit a crime, specifically with the intent to resist/obstruct and delay officers at the checkpoint.”
He is apparently claiming this because the men posted the video to Youtube and submitted the story to Cop Block, criticizing him for being “uninformed.” The video has since been removed, but the story remains.
It is not clear if the warrants have already been served on Johnathan Travis Moore and Travis Kasprowicz, but it’s obvious the judge who signed the warrants could use a refresher course on Constitutional law.
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