A warrant is the authority given to cops to arrest you wherever you are, whatever you may be doing. So what the Worcester cops are doing is perfectly legal.
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Any Mass. officer can arrest you based on a Mass. warrant.
Officers generally cannot "force their way in" to a private residence without a warrant, but it's not clear what really happened. Hire an attorney for help.
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