Durrell Jones woke one morning in his Sarasota, Florida, home to find sheriff's deputies standing over him and his 4-year-old son, pointing guns at them. The deputies were looking for a man wanted for a shooting, and they had information he was at a residence 2548 25th St. But the house they had broken into was at 2552 25th St. Once they figured out their mistake, they went to the right house and arrested the man they were looking for. But 20 minutes later, more deputies again stormed into, this time looking for Durrell. It seems another suspect in the shooting was named Darryl McNeal. Since both names started with a D, they apparently thought Durrell might be their man. Fortunately, a local police officer recognized Durrell and straightened things out.
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