Man accused of assaulting officers had previously been arrested 63 times
Charlotte-Mecklenburg, N.C.
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How many chances does a criminal get? Two? Five? How about 63?

According to WBTV, 23-year old Romell Mackey has been arrested a contemptible 63 times before he finally assaulting three police officers on Tuesday night.

A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Officer responded to a 911 dispatch of a larceny on South Boulevard where he confronted Mackey.

Mackey allegedly assaulted the officer when he attempted to place him into custody. The officer suffered a potential head injury, bruises and lacerations in the assault. A civilian is reported to have assisted in ultimately subduing the repeat offender.

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"“We’ve seen it time and time again. When you’re not held accountable for the lower crimes, the crimes seem to accelerate and seem to get worse,” said Philemon."
Posted by jf at 7/22/2019 1:30:49 PM

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