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Mayor's Home Ransacked In Botched Police Raid

Berwyn Heights Mayor Cheye Calvo was having a normal day when his home was raided by a Prince Georges County SWAT team in a Maryland suburb, just outside Washington, D.C.

In July, police bombarded the Calvo home after the mayor retrieved a 32-pound package containing illegal drugs from his doorstep.

In a bizzare four-hour ordeal, Calvo and his family were tied up by police officers, who also shot and killed his two dogs.

The Calvo's were later cleared of any wrongdoing and the package

The mayor gives a detailed account of what happened when police officials bombarded his home stormed olstormed into He explains his efforts, and how life has changed since the incident.

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