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Ruth Hunter lives two doors down from a man that police were after. So naturally her apartment was raided in the middle of the night and she was hog tied while police sorted things out.
“I thought someone was breaking in to rob or kill me,” Hunter said.
“Asked me if I ever stored drugs for anybody — I said how dare you insult my integrity.”
Hunter said that is when police started asking about her loved ones.
“He asked if maybe my granddaughter was involved. I sat up in my bed like how dare you try and bring my granddaughter into this stuff. She’s a law abiding citizen, works for a living, she don’t even like coming here,” Hunter said.
Hunter said that police left her apartment and went two doors down, while she was left handcuffed with a zip tie.
“I’m very irritated and angry, he never said I’m sorry, never apologized for having the wrong house…he said you got to get someone to fix that door.”
originally posted by: gladtobehere
Either we need to make it MUCH more difficult to get a warrant OR the law has to be changed to make police individually accountable.
a reply to: grey580
When cities start being bankrupted because of lawsuits they will change things.
Otherwise nothing will ever change.
originally posted by: KawRider9
a reply to: Danbones
I feel horrible for that Grandma. These things have to stop. If the cops can't read the address on a warrant, they have zero business enforcing said warrant. One of these days it's going to turn very ugly for these Jack booted thugs!
originally posted by: TorqueyThePig
There are just too many attrocites occuring. The wrong houses being hit, dogs being killed and things like in the op.
This is definitely something I can agree with you guys on.
The warrant does list Hunter`s address and apartment number, but she believes this court document proves that she did nothing wrong. Because it says police did not find anything inside.