2008_07_polin.jpgScary: Two Bronx residents were subjected to police raids (in one case, a 69-year-old cancer survivor was thrown to the floor and handcuffed, in the other, the cops threatened to arrest a single mother's father), but it turned out they were innocent and had nothing to do with the "sale of crack cocaine," which is what the cops had warrants for. WABC 7's Eyewitness News questioned the NYPD, which in turn ended up arresting the police informant who gave the fake information. According to WABC 7, the information was charged with perjury and seven cases he helped out with are now facing review. Back in 2003, a 57-year-old Harlem grandmother died when the police mistakenly stormed her home in a no-knock raid.