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NCSU officer charged with assault

Posted February 15, 2015

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— A North Carolina State University police officer was arrested and charged Sunday with assault and battery.

Zina Mungo, 24, was arrested after a domestic dispute at her Morrisville home.

Mungo, who was placed in the Wake County jail under no bond, is on administrative leave from the department, the university said.

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  • Brian Jones Feb 25, 2015
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    Her name is "MUNGO"........enough said

  • Brian Jones Feb 25, 2015
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    Her name is "MUNGO"........enough said

  • Wayne R. Douglas Feb 16, 2015
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    I think 6 1/2 hours of waiting for you to attempt to show me up, is quite sufficient. Needless to say, now, you need to just shut your fingers. You obviously have nothing useful to add.

  • Wayne R. Douglas Feb 16, 2015
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    UMMM, a professional driver was arrested just yesterday, for trafficking meth. And yes, it is in the news. This article is on this same news site that you are reading now. So you are trying to make a point of what exactly?

    I am sure you simply overlooked it, but here is the argument to your theory. Don't let it stop you from calling me stupid. Notice that it is also from WRAL.

    http://www.wral.com/dps-finds-meth-hidden-in-truckload-of-broccoli/14448246/#comment_textarea

  • Ronnie Reams Feb 16, 2015
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    Being a LEO, one would think that she would have been smart enough to say he struck me as soon as the LEOs arrived, so as to have the other party arrested. In a domestic dispute, now a days, instead of being sent to the magistrate to get a warrant, the first party that tells the responding officers that he/she was struck by the other gets out of jail free. It is an exception to the rule of a misdemeanor having to be committed in the officer's presence. I liked the old law better where I just told them to go to the magistrate and get cross warrants and let the judge figger it all out.

  • Roy Hinkley Feb 16, 2015
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    She was arrested following a domestic dispute. I would bet most people don't look all put together after a domestic dispute bad enough to warrant an arrest.

  • Paul Hill Feb 16, 2015
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    Even the wig doesn't help.

  • Keith Hayes Feb 16, 2015
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    No one is held to the same standard as police officers.. when is the last time a professional driver was arrested for something, or a doctor... was it in the news, the answer to that would be no. She was off duty at home and was arrested like dozens of other people last night, yet this is the story in the news... so really is anyone else called out as much for their profession as the police are?

  • Alan Baker Feb 16, 2015
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    Surprisingly enough people rarely look their best in mugshots. I'm willing to give her the benefit of the doubt and guess she might look like she gives as many as three or four ____s under better circumstances.

  • Wayne R. Douglas Feb 16, 2015
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    Just saying. Most cops keep themselves, even when off duty, better than this. Look at the eyes. She doesn't give two _____s. Yes, cops are held to a higher standard, as they should be. Professional drivers are held to a higher standard. Doctors are held to a higher standard. So are many other professionals.

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