Buxton police raided a building where people were trying to raise money to give free food to the needy.
"We've had a lot of people who come here -- people who are out of work, people who have cancer. We have a lot of people," said Groder.
But state police are standing by what was done.
"In this particular case they weren't licensed, and they knew they weren't and they knew they needed one," said Lt. David Bowler of the Maine State Police.
TVNL COMMENT: Is that why they became police? Is this their idea of helping to keep society safe from crime? There is no way to describe people like this without using expitives!