Someone called to report a possible burglary at 235 Southwest 4th street in Deerfield Beach, Florida. There's no 235, just 230 and 236. But Broward County sheriff's deputies saw someone inside the house at 230 and thought that might be the burglar. So they pointed a gun at the window and ordered the person come out. It wasn't the burglar. It was the homeowner, who just happened to be the sister of a local judge. In fact, the judge was there for dinner and identified herself, but deputies insisted that the entire family while they held guns on them.
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