MIAMI -

Miami police are investigating after one family claimed SWAT officers bombarded a home with three children inside, injuring two of them.

Relatives said they were outraged after finding the address listed on the narcotics search warrant didn't match the home officers raided. However, Local 10 News confirmed Friday that police raided the same house that was listed on the warrant.

Aaron McClendon, 12, said he was asleep Thursday morning around 11 a.m. when officers rushed into his aunt's Coconut Grove home. He was visiting from Georgia and claimed an officer yanked him out of bed and hit him in the face.

"There's still some good (officers) out there," the 12-year old told Local 10. "Just not them."

McClendon's family said Aaron, his brother and 13-year-old cousin were home alone at the time.

They claimed officers forced their way into a back kitchen door and hit Aaron McClendon's cousin in the back of the head with a rifle.

The family documented all the injuries and said they plan to take legal action.

They said police told them the address on the search warrant was incorrect, but still insisted that they did mean to raid that specific home.

Records show officers did seize some marijuana, cash and a gun.

Miami police declined to go into detail about the case but said they are investigating the matter and following up with the family.

Aaron McClendon's father said he is outraged after the way his children were treated.

Bobby McClendon traveled to Miami after hearing the news and is demanding justice.

Relatives said Aaron McClendon's cousin, Albert Brooks, received several stitches in his head.

Miami police SWAT team raided same house listed on warrant

NOTHING THAT LOOK LIKE IT COULD DEVELOP. MAX, THANKS SO MUCH. GLAD TO HAVE YOU HERE. THE SWAT TEAM RAIDING A MIAMI HOME. ONE MAN SAYS THEY NOT ONLY ROUGHED UP HIS TWO SONS BUT THEY GOT THE WRONG HOUSE TO BOOT. TONIGHT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS TELLING A DIFFERENT STORY. HERE'S LOCAL10 NEWS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER JEFF WEINSIER. I KNOW WHAT THE PHYSICAL FACTS ARE, AND THE PHYSICAL FACTS SAY THAT THEY WENT TO THE TO THE WRONG ADDRESS. Reporter: THAT'S WHAT BOBBY MCCLENDON TOLD US LAST NIGHT BUT TODAY MIAMI POLICE WANTED TO SET THE RECORD STATE, TELLING LOCAL10 THEIR SWAT TEAM WAS IN THE RIGHT PLACE WHEN THEY BUSTED THROUGH THE BACK DOOR OF THIS DUPLEX, EXECUTING A SEARCH WARRANT AND LOOKING FOR DRUGS. IT WAS SAID THAT THE MIAMI SWAT TEAM RESPONDED TO THE WRONG LOCATION, AND THAT IS TOTALLY INCORRECT. THEY RESPONDED TO A LOCATION ON THE WARRANT AND IT WAS THE CORRECT LOCATION. MCCLENDON'S TWO SONS AND HIS NEPHEW WERE ALL INSIDE THE HOUSE. ALL OF THEM ARE MINORS. THEY TOLD MCCLENDON THEY WERE ROUGHED UP BY THE SWAT TEAM, HIT IN THE HEAD, POKE IN THE EYE. ONE OF THE HOMEOWNERS DID COME FORWARD AND SAID THAT THE JUVENILES DID RECEIVE INJURIES DURING THE SERVING OF THIS WARRANT. THAT'S WHAT WE'RE SETTING. THE ADDRESS IS 3844 WILLIAM AVENUE. BUT MCCLENDON SAID THE ADDRESS OF THE DID YOU LEEKS IS 3844 THOMAS STREET. ALL I CAN TELL YOU THAT THE ADDRESS THAT WAS ON THE WARRANT WAS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT FROM THAT ADDRESS THAT WE'RE AT NOW. Reporter: NOT COMPLETELY. WHILE THE FRONT DOOR DOES FACE THOMAS STREET, THE BACK DOOR WHERE POLICE ENTERED IS ON WILLIAM AVENUE. AND THE PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION ON THE WARRANT MATCHES THIS LOCATION. YOU BELIEVE STILL THAT THEY WERE AT THE WRONG PLACE. I MEAN, THERE'S MANY DIFFERENT THINGS. I MEAN, I DON'T KNOW, YOU KNOW, FOR SURE IF THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT THEY MEANT TO GO INTO. ACCORDING TON AN CONVENIENT TORY SHEET, POLICE DID FIND DRUGS, A GUN, A LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY. NO ARRESTED WERE MADE. MCCLENDON IS NOW CONSULTING WITH AN ATTORNEY. IN MIAMI, JEFF WEINSIER, LOCAL10 NEWS. POLICE SAY THEY ARE INVESTIGATING TO SEE WHO THE