Mistaken identity arrests 'likely happen every day'
The ACLU is calling police work 'recklessly sloppy'
DENVER, Colo. — Three police cars pulled into Christina FourHorn's front yard one afternoon just before she was supposed to pick up her daughter at school. The officers had a warrant for her arrest.
"What do you mean robbery?" FourHorn remembers asking the officers. Her only brushes with the law had been a few speeding tickets.
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