Mistaken Duplex

Idaho police raid wrong duplex

An Idaho man says he may have to "seek psychological help" after his home was mistakenly raided by police.

The Nampa police department meant to raid the adjacent unit of his duplex Wednesday. Officers threw a powerful noisemaking device through John Simpson's window, then stood outside with their guns drawn. The Vietnam veteran says he hit the floor of his home, and took his wife down with him. Then, he picked up the first thing he could find - a vacuum hose - and ran out the door to defend himself.

Police eventually arrested Simpson's neighbor on a drug possession charge. They've fixed the broken glass and say they'll pay for any other damages.