In further proof that they earn the wages we pay them, police in Polk County Florida raided the house of a drug dealer. Upon entering the house, guns drawn, at the ready for a conflict, a few officers noticed a WII game sitting next to the television. So, while some members of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) task force searched the premises, others bowled a few rounds. According to the story some members played the video game at various times during the day, for a total of a little over an hour of playing time, during the 9 hours spent searching the premises, and charging tax payers around $4,000 for the raid. Maybe the few people actually searching for evidence should have looked a little harder, because if the had, maybe they would have seen the internet camera that had been left on and pointing right at the officers jumping and clapping hands at each strike.
The police chief has stated that the inappropriate behavior won't effect the case against the Lakeland resident, but I'm sure that won't stop defense attorneys from trying