One problem with being on felony probation is that you are subject to random, no-warrant searches by officers of the law. It certainly can put a crimp in one’s social life. It can also land you a felony probation violation if, say, you have pipes, a suspicious powdery substance, a gun and ammo lying around the house. Such was the sorry state of housekeeping near 19000 Highway 12 at 3:35 p.m. The male resident, 49, had earned probation with a felony conviction involving ammunition. Being caught with more won’t help. He was cited and released.