The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has held that a weapon seized by a police officer was admissible into evidence because the officer conducted a valid Terry stop when he stopped a man fitting the description of a suspect on an identified street corner looking at a restaurant through binoculars in the rain.
Commonwealth v. Lagana, ___ Pa. ___, 537 A.2d 1351 (1988).
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