Police in Nottingham, England, knocked down the door to Robert Kerr's house and caused $793 in damage because the GPS on a stolen iPhone indicated that was the address the thief had taken it to. They eventually realized they had the wrong house. But police refused to pay for the damage to the house because they "reasonably believed" the person who took the phone was in the building.
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The officer turned his body camera off, but the incident was still recorded.