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Stupid shits couldn't find their asses with both hands tied behind their backs.
Center Police and an estranged couple have reached a settlement agreement in a lawsuit over a wrongful search.
According to federal court records, an agreement was reached in a mediation on July 19.
Marilyn and Stephen Fields sued 11 members of Center Police following a January raid on what ended up being at the wrong home during a service of a search warrant.
According to a complaint filed in federal court by Nacogdoches attorney Curtis Stuckey, Detectives Ricky King, Stephen Stroud, John Welch and Joey Haley, Sgt. Scott Burkhalter, Officers Chris Knowlton, Jeremy Konderla, Steven Thornburgh and David Haley and two unknown Center Police employees raided the home, located on County Road 2231 in Center on Jan. 7.
I really love this part.
The complaint said the police actually went to the wrong mobile home and would have been at the correct one, had they followed directions on the search warrant.
But in the end they caved for the $$$
"Nobody admitted to liability," said the defendants' attorney, Bob Alderman. "The parties agreed to compromise the suit."