A Burleson man who was immobilized by a stun gun by two police officers has now filed suit against the officers and the cities of Godley and Mansfield. Carlos Sanders filed his civil-rights suit in federal court on Monday against the cities and Godley police officers Greg Sharp and Joseph Owens over the Jan. 31 incident. According to the lawsuit, Sharp and Owens forced their way into Sanders’ home, tackled him and shocked him with a stun gun multiple times in front of his young. The officers were attempting to serve a misdemeanor warrant for a minor traffic violation that just happened to belong to a different Carlos Sanders. According to the lawsuit, Sanders was not armed. The officers realized they had arrested the wrong Carlos Sanders after they handcuffed Sanders and placed him in their patrol car. The lawsuit alleges that Sharp and Owens threatened Sanders with arrest and continued to detain him until a Burleson police officer arrived and ordered him released. Godley Police Chief James Healey confirmed that the officers arrested the wrong man but said they were serving a warrant for another police agency and believed they had the right person. Sanders could have avoided the incident if he had shown the officers his ID when they arrived, Healey said. The cities of Godley and Mansfield said they could not comment on the lawsuit because they have not yet been served with it. Sanders is seeking over $75,000 in damages.