This story just gets more bizarre. A couple of knuckleheads randomly mail packages across the country and the Police have license to go berserk? Anarchy by another name stinks as much.
“Trinity was an innocent and random victim of identity theft. Apparently, so were four or five other county residents whose names and addresses were stolen and used as addresses on drug packages,” Calvo said at a news conference outside his house, near a garden of tomatoes and strawberries.
“However, Trinity and our family have not been treated as victims of a crime.
Instead, our home was invaded. Our two beloved Labrador retrievers are dead.
My mother-in-law and I were tied up for nearly two hours,” he said. “We were harmed by the very people who took an oath to protect us.”
In once such case, Prince George’s sheriff’s deputies executed a warrant on the home of Frank and Pamela Myers of Accokeek in November. The Myers told sheriffs that they had the wrong address as their dog began barking from the yard.
The couple asked if they could retrieve their dog, but deputies refused. Minutes later, two shots were fired and the dog was killed, according to a notice of a tort claims filed by attorney Michael J. Winkelman. The Myers were never charged and nothing was seized from their house.
“This has happened before, and without oversight, it will happen again,” Calvo said