If someone got arrested for breaking into their own home when they were locked out even after showing his ID as proof that he lived there, there is an injustice.
( He came here to Emory and I met the guy and he is so meek and nerdy, can't see how he could be aggressive.)
If he did not cooperate with the police then the police were justified in doing what they did.
Either way, the details will need to be hashed out and scrutinized later.
( For the record when I and my black partner ( physician who was an ex football player) were trying to find a parking space at Emory to attend a medical conferance the University cops pulled me over and asked if I was OK and was the man sitting in my car bothering or threatening me in any way. I told them I don't usually let men who are harassing me in anyway be a passenger in my car...duh....)