Two medical professionals said police swarmed their car Sunday night, handcuffed the newlyweds and pulled guns on their children before determining the family lived in the house a neighbor thought was being robbed. “I totally think they racially profiled me,” said the father, Kelvin Fairley, a registered nurse who happens to be black. To be treated like that by people who are paid to protect and serve, that’s ridiculous.” The family, who lives on Woodforest Drive, was on the way to Fairley’s mother’s house when they were pulled over on Dedeaux Road. Fulks said Fairley walked out Sunday night without filing a written complaint, but the department is aware of the family’s grievances from social media. A burglar that broke into Bozo’s Seafood Market & Deli in Pascagoula on Thursday, filled his backpack with bags of coins then discovered the floor had just been mopped.