INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Court of Appeals says
police can keep nearly 50 guns they seized from a man found watching a
Bloomington bar where an Indiana University student partied the night she
went missing more than a year earlier.
The 2-1 ruling Tuesday upheld a local judge's ruling allowing police to
keep guns they confiscated from Robert Redington's Indianapolis home in
August 2012. Police found Redington peering through a range finder at the
bar Lauren Spierer visited before her June 2011 disappearance. He's not
suspected in the disappearance.
Redington wasn't arrested, but authorities said a state law allows them to
seize weapons from dangerous people.
Redington's lawyer argues the law is unconstitutional and a psychiatrist
determined Redington wasn't dangerous.
Attorney Guy Relford says he will appeal.