A SWAT team is called in to find someone who has allegedly been sending threats to their police chief Billy Bolin. The Evansville team follows protocol during the mission, working quickly and thoroughly, and communicating constantly the whole time.
They exit the vehicle and swiftly make their way to the house, everyone dressed in full gear. They then separate to find entrances and the main point of view follows the man on the way to the front door. While shouting and trying to explain that they are police and are simply following orders, they break into the house by smashing the glass door.
The team then enters and is almost immediately faced with a surprise: the first person they find is a young girl, whom they handcuff. Their second and only other arrest is an old woman whom they also handcuff. The elderly woman graciously leads them through the back door and out at the side, all of them exiting the house with the girl in tow. The man then reenters the house and laughs with his mates because they have realized that they had probably just raided the wrong house.
This is a ridiculous situation where they didn’t vet the owner of the house or the address. They need to do more mission analysis prior to doing such a raid on US soil.
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