CALDWELL, Idaho -

Two southwest Idaho police agencies have filed documents in federal court denying accusations they violated a family's rights in a raid on the wrong residence.

Nampa police in documents filed this month say they weren't present at the raid. Caldwell police say they did kick in the door but followed proper procedures and policies based on information they had in an attempt to find a potential suspect and victim.

KTVB-TV reports that David Johnson and his family filed the lawsuit late last year seeking monetary damages to the apartment and for emotional distress.

The lawsuit contends police violated the family's rights with unlawful search and seizure, false imprisonment and excessive force in February 2013.