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Topic - Darlene Soltys
"Even if the GPS data from the defendant's vehicle had played some role in determining the stash house at ... Potomac Drive - which it did not - the investigators found the house independently of the GPS data and would have inevitably found it if there had been no GPS data," Ms. Soltys said.
Next, an FBI agent narrowed the list to two suspected houses, both rental properties, before physical surveillance helped lead investigators to a single property on the block, Ms. Soltys said.