-cops see D carrying bag in high-crime area, D makes eye contact w/ cops and flees; eventually cornered; cops pat down and find gun, arrest D
-no per se rule after this case: flight in high-crime area not necessarily render reas. suspicion; indicative D may have something to hide, but must consider totality of circumstances
-S.Ct. here says reas. suspicion for seizure and pat-down that occurred w/ D cornered
Dissent (Stevens): good majority not est. a per se rule; even in this context, no reas. suspicion b/c other reasons D might be fleeing
-Sundby says only convincing one is that b/c it’s a high crime area, D may want to flee scene to prevent the crime from being pinned on him/getting involved in investigation when he’s innocent