Charlotte officers who cited DaBaby under investigation

TSR Updatez: Following DaBaby’s arrest last night in Charlotte, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department has decided to speak out about the situation.

As we reported last night, DaBaby alleged that police illegally searched him in his hometown just after he played and organized a gift of toys. After his arrest, DaBaby was released and quoted him.

The department confirmed that the police arrested DaBaby and charged him with trespass, resistance and obstruction. Police said he received two citations before being released.

The ministry also said it would launch an internal affairs investigation to determine whether the officers “followed ministry policies and directives” during the incident.

You can read the full statement below:

Jonathan Kirk published two uniform quotes from North Carolina pic.twitter.com/mjOB0gfzKL

– CMPD News (@CMPD) December 24, 2019

It was not immediately known whether the department would put these officers on leave. DaBaby has not yet spoken about the investigation.

We will keep you informed of any updates, Roommates.

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