Okay, so you may have read my last post about apprehending the suspect outside of a residence. As it turns out, I transposed the numbers on the address Commissioner Borden had given me for the home with a break-in in progress. So I was several blocks from the crime scene. It seems I apprehended a teenager who actually lived at the residence and was just arriving home from school. He was trying to open the door, not realizing his mother wasn’t at home and, therefore, the door was locked. To my defense, he never identified himself as a resident of the home, nor did he offer any explanation to me at the time of apprehension what his business was at that location. But I have been encouraged to give an apology here to Brandon and his parents. So, sorry.