So, my protagonists have a problem. They've discovered that somebody in their town is secretly running an illegal operation inside his house and has several kidnapped people locked in his basement. The problem is that they only discovered this because one of them secretly has supernatural clairvoyance powers, and thus they can't prove anything to the police. So they sit down and discuss alternative methods of bringing the criminal to justice and saving the victims, before they resort to taking matters into their own hands and breaking into his house to get his prisoners out of there. And one of them has a very illegal, but simple-sounding solution: swat him. The idea would be that they'd call in a fake emergency at the criminal's address (while disguising their identities) while they know (via the aforementioned powers) that if the police raided the house at that time, he'd be caught red-handed doing what he's actually guilty of. He's caught, he goes to jail, and his victims would be saved. However, this seems like such an obvious and dangerous loophole to unlawful search and seizure that I'm thinking I'm missing something here and this wouldn't actually work for some reason. Are my instincts correct?