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Topic - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police
A Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer is accused of secretly taking pictures of juvenile girls that captured parts of their underwear as they participated in the department's high school academy.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police report a spike in restaurants robberies during a two-month span, and they're trying to determine if the suspects are organized.
A grand jury has declined to indict a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the shooting death of a former Florida A&M football player.
Attorneys for the family of a former Florida A&M football player filed a lawsuit Tuesday, targeting the officer who shot him to death and saying the department used excessive force after the unarmed man was shot 10 times.