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  • Watch body cam footage from Gulfport police after family pulled over in unfounded burglary

    Kelvin Fairley, a traveling nurse from Gulfport who lives in California, said earlier this week that Gulfport police treated he and his family unfairly after they were stopped for allegedly burglarizing their own house in Gulfport. Fairley is in town for two weeks and owns a home in a subdivision in the Orange Grove community. Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania says Fairley's account is not accurate. The footage obtained by McClatchy is body cam footage from three Gulfport police officers.

Watch body cam footage from Gulfport police after family pulled over in unfounded burglary

Kelvin Fairley, a traveling nurse from Gulfport who lives in California, said earlier this week that Gulfport police treated he and his family unfairly after they were stopped for allegedly burglarizing their own house in Gulfport. Fairley is in town for two weeks and owns a home in a subdivision in the Orange Grove community. Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania says Fairley's account is not accurate. The footage obtained by McClatchy is body cam footage from three Gulfport police officers.
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