Maryland Man will Face ‘No Charges’ for Shooting 2 Cops Who Raided The Wrong House to Serve a Warrant!

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Maryland police admit fault, won’t charge man who shot two cops in wrong-door raid. A Prince George’s County man fired his shotgun on officers who raided his home based on an inaccurate tip from a drug informant, striking two of them. One officer fired one shot into the home in response, but the ballistics stopped there. Realizing the men who’d banged in his door were police and not robbers, the man dropped his gun and implored officers not to shoot his daughter, who’d been napping next to him on the couch when the warrant team burst in on the sleeping duo.