The Court determined (1) an investigative stop under NRS 171.123 is transformed into an illegal seizure in violation of the Fourth Amendment when an officer retains a pedestrian’s identification after the suspicion for the original encounter is cured and there is no longer reasonable suspicion to detain the pedestrian; (2) without reasonable suspicion, the discovery of an arrest warrant cannot purge the taint from an illegal seizure.
Odell, Jenn, "Summary of Torres v. The State of Nevada, 131 Nev. Adv. Op. 2" (2015). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 844.