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Former NC police officer arrested for firing shots into packed house

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GOLDSBORO, N.C. -

A former North Carolina police officer has been arrested after police say he fired shots into a home.

Police say Boseman, a former Fremont police officer was arrested after an investigation was conducted into an altercation that occurred at a residence located on Sussex Place in Goldsboro on September 15, 2013.  The homeowner had around 15-20 people at his house to watch a pay-per-view fight. 

Police say the home owner reported that he had a physical altercation with Boseman at the residence.  Several persons overheard Boseman say that he would return with a firearm.  Within 30 minutes of Boseman leaving, shots were fired into the residence. Boseman was taken into custody at an address located on Daly Avenue in Dudley.

He’s charged with Discharging a Firearm into Occupied Property and is being held on a $50,000 bond.

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