The warrant was for proof of secondary education and and copies of financial aid applications (H/T Uncle). They were to get records and electronic equipment. None of that is in any danger of being flushed down the toilet.
Just because you have a SWAT team doesn’t mean you have to use them to serve warrants; that’s not what they’re for.
This wasn’t a hostage or terrorist situation, and this was certainly not a “high risk … search warrant.”
If this is reasonable, then we truly are living in a police state.
But hey, at least they didn’t kill the guy in a hail of gunfire like the Pima County SWAT team did to Jose Guerena.