Drug Enforcement Agency officers busted into a suburban home in Michigan around 2:00am, rounding up the family of a retired military translator.

"As soon as I opened the door, somebody grabbed me and took me outside and put me on the grass," Ramsey Tossa told Fox 2's Alexis Wiley. "The first thing I thought was they were terrorists who want to kill me because I served in Iraq."

The DEA agents were executing a search warrant for a suspected drug dealer, who turned out to be the son of the Tossa's landlord. He had used their house as his address.

"I saw them dragging my wife from the same door and then dragging my daughter, half-naked," Tossa said, "I kept asking, 'what is going on, what do you want?'"

He said his daughter still cries about the incident.

Watch video, courtesy of WJBK Fox 2, below:

DEA Agents Raid Wrong House in Sterling Heights: MyFoxDETROIT.com