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.
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