Private security officers off hook for changing public housing locks
Two employees of a private security company are not liable for changing the locks on an apartment in a public housing complex without obtaining an eviction notice, a federal appeals court held.In a per curiam opinion, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last week declined to revive the Fourth Amendment claims Don Meadows brought against the two Metro Enforcement employees.The court held Larry Hodges and John M. Novay are …
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