One Roseville family says at least two unidentified men began banging on their door and windows for 15 minutes straight, demanding that they come outside.
When police arrived, they learned the man was working on behalf of a bail bond agency looking for a fugitive they had no connection to.
On Tuesday just before midnight, Adam and Shellie Warren say at least two men began an aggressive assault on their home.
They say they heard rattles on the windows and a bright flashlight was shining into their home.
They ultimately learned the men were with a company called Sanborn Bail Bonds, who said they were looking for a fugitive, identified as Raymond Dijuan Owens, someone the family says they have no connection to.
Sanborn Bail Bonds says they had intel that the fugitive was there and said they had called Roseville police to be on the scene the entire time.
Roseville Police were not available for comment.