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As officer did not have reasonable suspicion to believe that defendant was armed and dangerous, drugs found in during frisk for weapons had to be suppressed under U.S. Const. amend. IV. There was no evidence defendant did anything to suggest he had a weapon, and officer’s vague reference to other shootings in the area was insufficient

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