My fiancee was driving my car. He was pulled over because the passenger didn't have his seat belt on. The passenger was arrested for a warrant for Child support and my fiancee was arrested for driving on suspended license. The police conducted a "probable cause" search of my car. Later during the day someone came back and researched my car. They never impounded the car and it wasn't seized in their possession. My car was turned upside down and my car key was bent, it almost didn't unlock my car door or start my car. Don't they need a warrant for the second search? If so, what can I do?I will add they found nothing the first time, nor did they find anything the second search. I almost cried when I came to pick up my car from the parking spot they left it at. The site of my car ripped apart for no reason.
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