In this case the defendant Vargas parked his truck in a lot that rented spaces in the lot, but did not assign specific spaces to individuals. LEOs walked a drug K9 around the truck while it was parked in the lot and the K9 alerted. The officers broke the window and opened the truck and found 8 kilos of cocaine. Vargas moved to exclude the evidence as the product of an unlawful search. The 7th Circuit disagreed, noting that while Vargas paid to park in the lot generally, he had no leasehold interest in a particular spot and therefore the physically intrusion by the K9 into the parking space did not constitute a Jones search.