Narcotics Cops Accused of Burglarizing Woman's HomeFive Philadelphia Police officers are being investigated for their role in an alleged illegal break-in
NBC Southern California
Nov. 12, 2013
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Five Philadelphia Police officers are being investigated for allegedly breaking into a woman's home and stealing valuables from inside.
Deputy Commissioner Kevin Bethel confirms a police sergeant and four officers from the 24th District Narcotics Unit, known as the '5 Squad,' are under investigation by the Internal Affairs Division for the alleged crime.
Police sources tell NBC10's Harry Hairston the officers allegedly broke into India Torres' home along the 2900 block of Hurley Street in the Kensington section of the city on Wednesday night.
Witnesses say they watched officers push their way through a window to get into the home. The narcotics officers did not have a warrant, sources also say.