In this video by News Now Houston an investigative reporter suggests that the Houston Police may have raided the wrong location and killed two innocent homeowners (Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas) merely trying to defend themselves and their dog.
I don't see anything about this by HPD. There are two addresses at play,
- 7815 Harding Street were police officers in a no-knock raid killed a couple that had been living in the house for 20 years. House is well maintained near white fence; neighbors left confused stating, "they're far from drug dealers", and "that man is a good man. I can't believe what went down."
- 7815 Hardy Street a potential target for a drug house that matches the description provided by HPD. House is run down with burglar bars and new black iron fence and security system (not in picture from Google Maps). Also where HPD is alleged to have stated in their press conference where the raid took place
It seems the first outlet to pick up the story is reason.com.
Did HPD confuse the two houses and pull out the warrant for the wrong house, raid the wrong house, and kill two innocent middle aged homeowners and their dog?