That's Not the Boogieman Under your Bed. It's the Police.


Mirage Rousseau, 15, came home one afternoon to find two Manchester, New Hampshire, police officers in her bedroom. Two officers who didn't have a warrant. The officers told Rousseau they were looking for a suspect in a counterfeiting case, and the door to the house was open, so they just came on in. Rousseau, who saw them enter her family's house from a neighbor's home, says that isn't possible. A police official later apologized for searching the home without a warrant. That seems to be enough for Mirage's dad. But not for her. "I thought it was pretty rude they just came in and didn't say they were sorry," she said.