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The Chief of Police, X'stone, told journalists on Monday that an officer would most likely face serious criminal charges of inventing information about a newsstand in a search request. This search warrant allowed officers to crack the door to their home in X'thondon last month, and in the next shootout, four officers were shot dead and two dead.
"When we prepare a document to go to someone's house – there is a sanctity of a house, that should be true," said Art Acevedo, Police Chief of Staff.
According to Acevedo, Gerald Hoins, a narcotic officer who has been in the police department for more than 30 years, said that he had seen a confidential informer coming home and coming up with what appears to be heroin. Police now believe that this story was false
But the police say they really had reason to investigate the house. Acevedo quoted a 911 call from a woman who said her daughter was taking drugs at home. The officers found a small amount of cocaine and marijuana in the house, as well as a number of firearms.
In the January raid, people inside the house began firing at the police, and the police shot, said Acevedo. Goines was one of the officers who were injured. Two people killed in the raid were identified by 59-year-old Dennis Tattel and Rogen-Nicholas.
Goines and another officer, referred to in the testimony under oath, are on administrative leave. Acevedo told the press that the police were investigating the events that led to the raid.