McCall v. People
In McCall v. People, 623 P.2d 397 (Colo. 1981), the police, with the input of the district attorney's office, devised a plan to arrest defendant and his two co-conspirators separately and without an arrest warrant in their respective homes.
The court held that "where, as here, entry into the home is gained by a preconceived deception as to purpose, consent in the constitutional sense is lacking." Id. at 403.