Such is actually rather common and seems to be getting worse.
I think it was St. Louis where five big cops claimed they couldn't arrest a 90-some pound teen without using force that led to the teens death.
Raids are conducted around the country where innocent families are terrorized, often brutalized and sometimes killed, all because of false tips, bad information and mistakes in addresses.
Meanwhile, many people are severely injured or killed each year by cops who are quick to zap folks with stun guns when those weapons are supposedly only to be used in cases where lethal force would otherwise be needed.
Elderly folks are slammed to the ground by cops in the same manner the cops use on hardened gang members.
The general public seems blind to these things, thanks in part to an often complicit media, and the false idea that just because someone is wearing a uniform that means they are better than others.