Does removing a GPS tracker from your car – even if police put it there – mean you stole it?
That’s what the state argued in a case heard Thursday by the Indiana Supreme Court.
Warrick County Sheriff’s officers got a warrant last year to put a GPS tracker on Derek Heuring’s car because they thought he was a drug dealer. After a while, the tracker stopped transmitting. And when police went to replace it, they couldn’t find it on the car.