This case is particularly scary because the guy was just in his apartment minding his own business
When I read the facts of this particular case, I have a suspicion that there is more to this entire scenario. It simply makes no sense when you take a step back and view the chain of events.
The police officer finished her shift and returned home. She went the wrong apartment and somehow got in. No details on how that happened. Was the door not locked? I am guessing she should have noticed quickly that her key didn't appear to work. And even if the door was unlocked, did that not raise a red flag with her?
But the other portion that makes no sense is that she entered the apartment and somehow didn't realize immediately that it was not her own? I lived in many apartment complexes over the years. It would take me all of one second to realize I was not in my apartment upon entry unless I was literally drunk out of my skull.
Lastly, after the man was shot, witnesses indicated she rendered no aid and was seen pacing in the hallway before other police officers arrived.
As I say, this is a bizarre sequence of events. Her being a police officer notwithstanding, I just don't buy the account and I think there is more to this story. Perhaps a history between her and this other individual that has not come to light. Or maybe she is just a nut that has no business being in uniform or having a firearm.