A resident in DeKalb County, Georgia decided to grab his camera when police started banging on his door at 1:30 in the morning. He says he even called 911 to find out what the cops wanted but they didn't tell him. Police say they had a warrant to enter the home based on a civil fine.
"At around 1:30am [sic] my family and I were awaken [sic] by the sound of loud and aggressive banging at our front door. The [a]ggressive nature of the banging frightened us so I walked into the guest room that looks over the front of our house and was shocked when I saw 3 large DeKalb County Sheriff SUV's with large flood lights pointed at our house and windows."
That is the beginning of the description offered for a video posted to YouTube that accuses several officers with the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office of harassing a family late one recent night.
The events depicted in the video, posted by the user yachtclubclthrs, were said to have taken place on July 26.
Watch the video below:
Authorities told CBS Atlanta no excessive force was used, but admitted the language was inappropriate.
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