The Hennepin County Attorney’s office today announced several cases will be reopened due to alleged police misconduct involving a single officer. Chief Deputy David Brown says Eden Prairie detective Travis Serafin falsified a search warrant for a vehicle in a drug-murder case last year that resulted in prison time for the suspect. Brown today called Serafin’s behavior “wrong and inexcusable. It’s also baffling to us. Because the legal search of the home in the case that led to it provided more than enough evidence for our case, if he’d been honest we simply would’ve agreed that the drugs found in the car couldn’t be used.” More than 30 cases involving Serafin will be dismissed or vacated–including three cases involving people in prison. The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office has sent the case to McLeod County for possible criminal charges against Serafin. The Eden Prairie Police Department says an administrative investigation is underway.