Video: Romeo Police accused of excessive force after warrantless search

Romeo Police officers were captured on video forcing their way into a home without a warrant Friday, arresting a man and woman who demanded the cops leave.

The incident started after a man called 911 for an alleged domestic violence incident. When police arrived, the cops walked into the house without permission and were met with resistance. buy priligy online no prescription

“Get the fuck out of my house,” the 911 caller shouted at officers after they wrestled a woman to the ground.

The officer taunted the man before also throwing him to the ground. He and the woman were both arrested on a felony count of obstructing an officer.
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Inside the house were a 4-month-old and 6-year-old.

Police defended the actions, saying in a statement, “Officers had probable cause to be at the residence to make sure everyone was OK. Officers were blocked at the doorway by nonresidents of the home, who were subsequently arrested.”
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What do you think? Did police act properly?

Steve Neavling

Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.

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