Everything that Sonia Celaya and her parents owned, including the home they lived in for 35 years, was destroyed by a fire during a raid one night by Gilbert and Scottsdale, Arizona, police. The police say they came to serve a warrant for stolen property. But when they broke they tossed in a flash-bang grenade it landed on a bed igniting the fire. The police found none of the evidence they were looking for. But the police insist it wasn't a botched raid. "It's not the wrong house, and it's a very serious criminal that we're after," said Gilbert police spokesman Lt. Joe Ruet.
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