I got locked up on the 23rd of August 2018 on a house search arrest warrant and was released on the 16th of November 2018, I got all my property back but my two iPhones back, I talked to one detective and she said my iPhones has been transfer to a different county police district and I called the other detective and he says it’s still under investigation, but my case is already over.
it can be a frustrating process. There might be other ongoing investigation is that you are unaware of. You should continue to monitor the evidence control departments of both jurisdiction until you get your property back.
I concur with Mr. Kirk. If the phone is found to have evidence in it you might not get the devices back until after the trial and all possible appeals have been exhausted, a process which may last many years.
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