D.E.A. Raid: Woman Says Hit Wrong HomeBy Dave Schratwieser
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Nov. 04, 2013
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A terrifying ordeal for a Philadelphia woman, federal agents raided her home but she says they got the wrong house.
This happened on the 2200 block of Judson Street in North Philadelphia. Corinne Webb describes her morning as a wake up call that brought her to tears.
Webb, who suffers from asthma, says the agents not only broke up her front door, but they searched her home, overturned furniture and upset her whole family.