I'm in agreement with the reasoning of the majority opinion. The police has every right and obligation to complete their investigation of a 9-1-1 call stemming from a DV case. Whether the male wants them to enter the house doesn't carry too much weight, if that's where the other party is the po po has the right to enter to confirm she isn't harmed, etc. She has standing in the house too, not only the male. According to the opinion she did not object to their entry but nor did she expressly invite them in. That's probably why there was a 3-2 decision. Reasonable people may disagree on this and I understand the desenting judges feelings.
I think I mghit have handled it differently but it depends on the circumstances. However if I decided I needed to enter the house to check on her and discuss the incident and felt I had legal grounds I would do so and he'd be taken to jail if he tried to stop me. Not much different than the way this turned out. I think I could have gotten her to come outside or found a way to articulate my entry that would easily carry me through court.
I am less than qualified to say this, but I wasn't impressed with either opinion to tell you the truth. Neither were compelling and unless I missed it they gave few citations to bolster their opinions.