Spokane County, Washington, sheriff's deputies ordered Conner Guerrero out of his house at gunpoint, accusing him of being an intruder. It turns out they'd gone to the wrong house when answering a call about a suspicious person. After they realized their mistake, they apologized to Guerrero. Just kidding. One told him he was lucky they didn't shoot him.
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