POLICE! Police!" the narcotics cops screamed after they busted through a locked, red wooden gate, then burst through the door to the couple's Frankford home.
About 10 plainclothes cops, some with police badges around their necks, armed with guns and rifles, raced into their house, on the second and third floor of a building, the wife told the Daily News yesterday. More cops were outside, she said.
Her husband, a small-business owner, was one of the men allegedly robbed by a band of rogue cops, six of whom were arrested by the feds Wednesday morning. The cops, accused of stealing from suspected drug dealers, were indicted on charges of racketeering conspiracy, robbery and related offenses.
The husband, identified in the federal indictment by his initials, R.B., and his wife said that he was not selling drugs. He was not arrested by police after the cops went to his home.