New York City police knocked down the door to Flexton Young's apartment, waking him, his wife and their children. Young says the police pulled belonging off shelves and out of drawers and tossed them to the floor. They slashed open the sofa and turned boxes upside down to empty them. Upstairs in the same apartment building, police were doing similar things to the apartment of the Pastrana family, where they pepper-sprayed the dog for good measure. Police say they had good information they would find drugs and guns in the apartment. They didn't. Young got a summons because they found half a joint in an ashtray. Police found nothing in the Pastrana apartment.