A federal judge has found admissible evidence that a Canadian man was attempting to smuggle cash across the U.S.-Canadian border, including the electronic tracking information from a global positioning device authorities surreptitiously placed on his minivan.

Northern District Judge Gary L. Sharpe held that neither the authorities’ GPS monitoring of the travels of Andre Coulombe nor the manner in which he was ultimately stopped and his van searched without a warrant violated his Fourth Amendment rights.

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