When Harris County, Texas, deputies arrived at his home seeking a Curtis Rogers, Louis Rodriguez told them they had the wrong house. Rodriguez, a retired police officer, then asked for their warrant. Instead, they knocked in his door and forced him and his family outside. The cops soon realized they were, as Rodriguez told them, at the wrong house. In a statement, the sheriff's office says it had the door replaced and "the incident is under review."
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