If he lives there too, yes.
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Yes because one of the conditions of parole if that the parolee consented in advance to a search of his or her residence. Here, the officers likely discovered his address and went to do a parole search there. Keep in mind that non- parolees can sometimes challenge that search if it should have been clear they were searching non- parolee places. Consult with an attorney if you think that happened. Good luck