Anastasia was arrested for a minor traffic violation while driving on a revoked license. Despite not being drunk, she was court ordered to strap an alcohol-monitoring bracelet to her ankle for one year.
The entire police department in Kenly, North Carolina, resigned, citing a “hostile” work environment less than two months after Justine Jones, a Black woman, began her role as the town’s newly selected city manager.
Community outraged after a SWAT standoff leaves a teen dead and a home destroyed.
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