Kelvin Fairley, a registered nurse, and his wife, psychologist Natasha Krikorian, say they want an apology from the Gulfport Police Department because officers needlessly handcuffed the couple and held the family at gunpoint after a resident reported a burglary at the Fairley home. Fairley said the neighbor’s report included a description of the SUV his family pulled away in Sunday night just before police stopped them.
Kelvin Fairley, a registered nurse, and his wife, psychologist Natasha Krikorian, say they want an apology from the Gulfport Police Department because officers needlessly handcuffed the couple and held the family at gunpoint after a resident reported a burglary at the Fairley home. Fairley said the neighbor’s report included a description of the SUV his family pulled away in Sunday night just before police stopped them. Courtesy Kelvin Fairley
Kelvin Fairley, a registered nurse, and his wife, psychologist Natasha Krikorian, say they want an apology from the Gulfport Police Department because officers needlessly handcuffed the couple and held the family at gunpoint after a resident reported a burglary at the Fairley home. Fairley said the neighbor’s report included a description of the SUV his family pulled away in Sunday night just before police stopped them. Courtesy Kelvin Fairley