State v. OvermanAnnotate this Case
After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted of six drug offenses. The court of appeals affirmed in part and reversed in part, resulting in a reversal of one of Defendant’s convictions and the vacating of one of his sentences. Those issues were not before the Supreme Court for review. On appeal, Defendant sought the Court’s review of that portion of the court of appeals’ decision that was adverse to him. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the district court did not err in (1) denying Defendant’s motion to suppress evidence obtained from the warrantless search of his vehicle; (2) convicting Defendant for the separate offenses of possessing red phosphorous and iodine and possessing drug paraphernalia with intent to manufacture, as those convictions were not multiplicitous; and (3) using Defendant’s prior convictions to enhance his sentence.