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Md. police raid wrong apartment


June 08, 2007
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Md. police raid wrong apartment

By Andrea F. Siegel
The Baltimore Sun
 
BALTIMORE, Md. Wearing masks and carrying rifles, Annapolis police officers attempting to execute a search warrant broke down the door of an apartment, set off a percussion grenade that released smoke and a flash of light and noise, and kicked one occupant in the groin.

Then they realized that they were at the wrong address.

The botched raid startled a Salvadoran immigrant couple with limited English who were cooking dinner. They thought their home was being burglarized when about a dozen police officers converged on their Annapolis apartment about 8:20 p.m. Wednesday.

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