Sounds like a serious lawsuit
...Against the Henderson, Nevada PD. There was a DV incident near the plaintiff's house, I guess the suspect wouldn't come out. So police decided they needed to occupy plaintiff's house and use it as an observation point. They called him, but he refused. It was his house, after all, and he had nothing to do with the conduct they were investigating.
I guess the Henderson officers weren't accustomed to being told "no," because they figured that that meant he was obstructing justice, so they broke down his door, arrested him at gunpoint, for good measure went to his parents' house arrested them. The prosecutor dropped charges, probably after weeping and moaning "why me?"
UPDATE: I think I know why they wanted plaintiff's house as an observation point. A little research finds that the temperature in Henderson that day was 107.