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PUBLISH UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE TENTH CIRCUIT
 _________________________________ ADLYNN K. HARTE; ROBERT W. HARTE; J.H., a minor, by and through his  parents and next friends, Adlynn K. Harte and Robert W. Harte; L.H., a minor, by and through her parents and next friends, Adlynn K. Harte and Robert W. Harte, Plaintiffs - Appellants, v. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF JOHNSON, KANSAS; FRANK DENNING, Sheriff, in his official and individual capacity; MARK BURNS, deputy, in his individual capacity; EDWARD BLAKE, deputy, in his individual capacity; MICHAEL PFANNENSTIEL, deputy, in his individual capacity; JAMES COSSAIRT, deputy, in his individual capacity; LARRY SHOOP, deputy, in his individual capacity; LUCKY SMITH, deputy, in his individual capacity; CHRISTOPHER FARKES, deputy, in his individual capacity; THOMAS REDDIN, lieutenant, in his individual capacity; TYSON KILBEY, deputy, in his individual capacity; LAURA VRABAC, deputy, in his individual capacity; JIM WINGO, sergeant, Missouri Highway Patrol, in his individual capacity, Defendants - Appellees, and  No. 16-3014
FILED United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit
July 25, 2017
 Elisabeth A. Shumaker Clerk of Court
 
 
 2  NATE DENTON, deputy, in his individual capacity, Defendant. ------------------------------ CATO INSTITUTE; MARIJUANA POLICY PROJECT, Amici Curiae.  _________________________________
Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Kansas (D.C. No. 2:13-CV-02586-JWL)
  _________________________________ Robert M. Bernstein, Bancroft PLLC, Washington, D.C. (Jeffrey M. Harris, Bancroft PLLC, Washington, D.C., Cheryl A. Pilate and Melanie S. Morgan, Morgan Pilate LLC, Kansas City, Missouri, with him on the briefs), for Plaintiff-Appellants. Lawrence L. Ferree, III (Kirk T. Ridgway and Brett T. Runyon, with him on the brief), Ferree, Bunn, Rundberg & Ridgway, Chtd., Overland Park, Kansas, for Johnson County Defendants-Appellees. Chris Koster, Attorney General, and Jeremiah Morgan, Deputy Solicitor General, Jefferson City, Missouri, on the brief for Sgt. James Wingo, Defendant-Appellee. Ilya Shapiro and Randal J. Meyer, Cato Institute, Washington, D.C., filed an amicus curiae brief for Cato Institute. Kate M. Bell, Marijuana Policy Project, Washington, D.C., and Tejinder Singh, Goldstein & Russell, P.C., Bethesda, Maryland, filed an amicus curiae brief for the Marijuana Policy Project.  _________________________________ Before
LUCERO
,
PHILLIPS
, and
MORITZ
, Circuit Judges.  _________________________________
PER CURIAM
  _________________________________
 
 3 In this appeal, we affirm in part and reverse in part the district court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of the defendants. Although the panel members write separately, each issue has been resolved by a minimum two-judge majority. The disposition of the claims is as follows: We
AFFIRM
 the district court’s grant of summary judgment on all claims asserted against defendant Jim Wingo. We similarly
AFFIRM
 as to the plaintiffs’ excessive force and
 Monell
 liability claims. However, we
REVERSE
 the district court’s grant of summary judgment on the unlawful search and seizure claims asserted against the remaining defendants. On remand, plaintiffs’ claim under
Franks v. Delaware
, 438 U.S. 154 (1978), is limited to their theory that one or more of the remaining defendants lied about the results of the field tests conducted in April 2012 on the tea leaves collected from the plaintiffs’ trash. We further
REVERSE
 the grant of summary judgment as to the four state-law claims raised on appeal. We
REMAND
 these claims to the district court for further proceedings not inconsistent with these opinions.  _________________________________
LUCERO
, Circuit Judge.  _________________________________ Law-abiding tea drinkers and gardeners beware: One visit to a garden store and some loose tea leaves in your trash may subject you to an early-morning, SWAT-style raid, complete with battering ram, bulletproof vests, and assault rifles. Perhaps the officers will intentionally conduct the terrifying raid while your children are home, and keep the entire family under armed guard for two and a half hours while concerned residents of your quiet, family-oriented neighborhood wonder what nefarious crime you
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