North Carolina: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department says officers acted within policy in mistake

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    CMPD says officers acted within policy in mistaken identity detainment

    Nearly seven months after a Charlotte teacher came forward to demand accountability from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department after an incident of mistaken identity lead to a false arrest, the department now says the officers who initially arrested her acted within their own policy. J. Horne first spoke about her experience to WCNC Charlotte's Briana Harper in June 2021. According to Horne, she had returned to her home in west Charlotte on June 14 when at least 10 police cars pulled up and surrounded her. Horne claimed an officer took aim at her, never asking for her license or registration until ...


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