WHO KNOWS, maybe the building had it coming.
Pharez Morris, a veteran Philadelphia police officer, was arrested Friday for allegedly firing 13 shots at a building in Logan while he was off duty last fall, the District Attorney's Office said.
Morris, 27, allegedly tried to cover his tracks by calling 9-1-1 after the bizarre incident and reporting that a shooting had occurred nearby.
The six-year veteran of the force was charged with recklessly endangering another person, possessing an instrument of crime, false alarms to agencies of public safety and false reports to law-enforcement authorities.
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey suspended him for 30 days with the intent to dismiss, police said. He is the 59th Philadelphia police officer to be arrested in the last four years.