Agree. IMO, raids should exist for worst-case scenarios. Not for arresting a suspect like BK in his parents' home after at least days of surveillance, unless LE saw something during surveillance that suggested BK would get violent.
BK was not an active shooter or kidnapper. I think LE could have taken him peacefully and without traumatizing his family and destroying their property. Even if they used less force that night, arriving at around 1:30 a.m. afforded them the element of surprise.
I suspect the raid occurred because this is a case followed nationally and also because LE likes to test its toys. The latter may not be a popular statement, but I'm standing by it. There are many examples of this type of LE activity that ended in lost lives.
This raid may have satisfied those of us who feel anger toward BK but that doesn't mean the raid was appropriate.