State v. Lipscomb
In State v. Lipscomb, 58 Conn. App. 267, 753 A.2d 415, cert. granted, 254 Conn. 932, 761 A.2d 756 (2000), in which the defendant stopped his car in an area that had a reputation for prostitution and picked up a woman whom one of the officers believed to be a prostitute, the Court held that the woman's actions of waving to the defendant and entering his car did not amount to furtive conduct warranting police intrusion. State v. Lipscomb, supra, 58 Conn. App. 274.