Detroit police officers recently raided a home that was being used by undercover cops who were posing as drug dealers.
More than two dozen officers, who were heavily armed, took part in the bizarre incident that turned into a brawl, notes WXYZ.
Two cops are off the streets and a supervisor was removed from special operations.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig said officers from the 11th precinct conducted the raid on undercover officers from the 12th precinct:
They were like Keystone Cops. Very embarrassing to this organization.
It appears that this supervisor did not have control of this situation. And had a tendency to get the officers from the 12th precinct excited.