Cop Who Raided The Wrong House Tells Homeowner "You're Lucky I Didn't F--king Shoot You'
By Sarah Fruchtnicht
A recent college graduate in Washington says he wants an apology after deputies in Spokane County mistakenly raided his home, with guns drawn, giving him the scare of his life.
Conner Guerrero says he noticed somebody sneaking around his yard at night and assumed it was burglars.
“Just trying to enjoy my evening. All the sudden, I see a flashlight shining through my doors…” said Guerrero. “I'm thinking this could be a dangerous situation for me.”
“I come over to my door and I slap it to say hey someone is in this house and they're not going to let you come in here,” he told KREM-TV. “Right as soon as I opened this door, and it's dark outside - it's very dark and all I can see is a pistol.”
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