Chandler v. State

In Chandler v. State, 830 P.2d 789 (Alaska App. 1992), the Court held that an informant's "notably generalized, conclusory, and lacking in detail" allegation that Chandler regularly imported cocaine fell far short of establishing probable cause to believe that Chandler would have cocaine when he arrived at the airport five weeks after the informant was interviewed by police. (See id. at 795.)