"Two of those they were seeking were in the home. One was cuffed and on the hallway floor; the other was cuffed and in the living room. A woman and child were in the kitchen, although they were not arrested. The man said once police realized he had nothing to do with the drug case, they were particularly kind and respectful about minimizing the effects of the home invasion and search.
In fact, he said, they allowed him to isolate his cat while the K-9 searched for drugs. The K-9 was turned loose in the roommate's bedroom. "She hit it right away," he said. "His room - they tossed everything, and they got stuff out of there. I don't know what it is." He believes it is likely the drugs were cocaine. "You can armchair quarterback this thing," he said. "For the last three months, he stayed in his room, but he was working. He was uncommunicative...what a bunch of stone-ground idiots..."