Courtesy of Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
By NBC News
August 7, 2015

Talk about being on the wrong side of the law.

An Arizona bounty hunter was booked after he and his team mistakenly raided the home of the Phoenix police chief while looking for a fugitive, authorities said.

Brent Farley, owner of NorthStar Fugitive Recovery in Mesa, along with members of his team and those from Colorado-based Delta One Tactical Recovery surrounded Chief Joseph Yahner’s home late Tuesday night, police said.

Police spokesman Trent Crump said they received a 911 call from Yahner’s girlfriend around 10 p.m. MST (12 p.m. ET) that several bounty hunters were surrounding the home …

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