State v. Kiper
In State v. Kiper, 193 Wis. 2d 69, 532 N.W.2d 698 (1995), the reasonable facts suggested only that the subject of the arrest warrant was a visitor.
There, the police entered the Kiper home knowing only that the suspect "had moved from the two addresses noted on the face of the arrest warrant, had no known present address, and ... was present at Kiper's apartment six weeks earlier." Id., 193 Wis. 2d at 84.
The Court held that the police did not have probable cause to believe that the subject of the arrest warrant in that case was a resident of the Kiper home. See id., 193 Wis. 2d at 83-84.