I refused a search and the police used a K-9 to take the car. The officer didn't allow me to get my wallet and phone. The car is at the police station now awaiting the search warrant.
You likely are asking whether the bag, that belongs to another person and likely contains unlawful substances, will be considered yours for the purposes of criminal law charges.
If you were in the car at the time the officer stopped the car, you likely will be charged with possession of whatever substances are in the bag. In WA, all persons in a vehicle found with unlawful substances that are accessible to all persons in the vehicle can be charged and convicted of possession of the substances.
What you should do is review the specific facts with your attorney to see what legal options you may have now.
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