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Terrified mother says U.S. Marshals stormed wrong apartment – Tampa, Florida

Tampa, Florida 2021-10-25 18:52:26 –

Bradenton, Florida — When the ring doorbell was activated on Friday morning, Kada Staples said he couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw a man pointing his rifle at the door.

“I said” hello “(through the doorbell), and they said,” American Marshall, please open the door, “staples said she immediately put her dog in his cage. It is said that it came out.

The new 22-year-old mother was at home alone with her three-month-old baby. She says she was scared of her life.

“They don’t get in the way of me, they’re staples me and my baby, and they know that there are seven or eight people with guns and he’s there and they’re me I’m surprised because I’m screaming at, “said Staples.

A video of the Ring Doorbell shows a horrified 22-year-old kid coming out, barely dressed, hugging his baby and crying. She says she didn’t know what was going on, but a few minutes later the Marshal realized it was the wrong apartment and left.

Kada Staples

Bradenton police say they helped US Marshals Service search for Shammer Johnson, a suspected murderer on September 11. After leaving Staple’s apartment, Marshall rushed to the front door of the same building in Preserve on the 51st of Bradenton, where he found and arrested Johnson in another apartment.

“They came back an hour later and said,’When I saw a black man running upstairs, I thought he came to your apartment, but he didn’t go to your apartment. I see that. It wasn’t the black man we were looking for, “Staples said.

A US Marshal supervisor told ABC Action News that everything was done very quickly and the Marshal was able to help catch the murder suspect who had been loose for weeks.

Staples says she is still very traumatized by the incident and has sleep problems. She appreciates the ring doorbell and says she knows how to react. Otherwise, the situation can be very different. Staples says he wants to do more with law enforcement to prevent such mistakes.

“I think it happens more than people know, and it can happen to anyone,” Staples said.



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