The homeowner who nearly killed an Oklahoma police chief during a raid won’t face charges since cops busted the wrong house.
Chief Louis Ross borrowed a bullet-proof vest from a Washita County Sheriff’s Office deputy only minutes before kicking down the front door of a suspected bomb threat hoaxer.
The last thing Ross remembers 6 a.m. Thursday is identifying himself as a law officer.
Bullets then ripped out of Dallas Horton’s firearm, striking Ross’ chest three times during a raid that could have killed him. A fourth bullet struck Ross’ arm.