At 2 a.m., a Washington, D.C., police detective knocked on Karen Robinson's door and asked to see a photo of her son Raymond. After studying it, he told her Raymond had shot at police officers and they'd returned fire, killing him. At around 10 a.m. that same day, Robinson got a call from Raymond, who evidently wasn't dead. Police have apologized for their mistake.
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