Washington V. Johnson
Division Two Court of Appeals of Washington
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ALEXANDER, J. -- Tamara Sue Johnson appeals her conviction on a charge of possession of marijuana. Her husband and codefendant, James Raymond Johnson, appeals his convictions on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, manufacture of marijuana, and first degree defrauding of a public utility. They each contend that the trial court erred in denying their motions to suppress evidence, arguing that the evidence was seized pursuant to an invalid warrant. Both Appellants raise additional issues, but because of our resolution of the suppression issue, we need not address them. We reverse.