Search Warrant on Home Being Used for Gambling Purposes

In Glass v. State, 604 So.2d 5 (Fla. 4th DCA 1992), the only purported indicia of probable cause to search a defendant's home for gambling-related activity were conclusory allegations that the home was being used for gambling purposes, and that the defendant had been seen on an unspecified day counting money in the home. In Getreu v. State, 578 So.2d 412 (Fla. 2d DCA 1991), the warrant in question was completely lacking in specificity as to the drug activity alleged to have taken place in the residence in question.