Mark Bailey pulled a baggie of marijuana from a suspect’s pocket. Bailey later said the man handed it to him.
A witness wasn’t sure if she could identify a suspect. Bailey urged her to identify him anyway.
Falsifying police reports to support his arrests.
These alleged actions and others are why Bailey, a former Mooresville police officer, is now facing eight felony perjury charges.
Bailey, who was with the Mooresville Police Department for nearly six years, was arrested and charged last week after being accused of submitting false police reports and lying about his interactions with suspects.
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Unbelievable! As forest gump says, its like opening a box of choclates……..
Thanks for sharing Deb
However most police ARE necessary or you get the anarchy like we see today! If those DEM GOVERNORS wont stop the destruction, TRUMP has a duty and responsibility to send military in! I say GO TRUMP! MAGA