Grandmother sues cop who wrongly targeted her home using “Find My” app

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The search didn't turn up a truck, guns, or an iPhone, and Johnson’s legal team wrote in the complaint that Staab either knew, or should’ve known, that there was no valid nexus to connect Johnson’s home to the truck theft. Not only did police damage Johnson’s home—breaking her garage door and climbing atop her new dining room chairs to break holes into her ceiling—they also allegedly snapped the head off a collectible figurine, which Johnson said was an irreplaceable gift from her youngest son from three decades ago. Since the raid, Johnson has experienced a decline in health and emotional duress, her attorneys report, and she’s gotten to the point where she has even considered abandoning the home where she raised her three kids.

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