Rock Hill Police Department spokesman Capt. Mark Bollinger explains the incident in April where a man arrested at the BMX track in Rock Hill alleged racial bias. The suspect claimed he was arrested by a black officer because he was white; police say the suspect used profanity and made an unfounded racial claim. The defendant did not show up for court Monday and was found guilty, police and court records show. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Rock Hill Police Department spokesman Capt. Mark Bollinger explains the incident in April where a man arrested at the BMX track in Rock Hill alleged racial bias. The suspect claimed he was arrested by a black officer because he was white; police say the suspect used profanity and made an unfounded racial claim. The defendant did not show up for court Monday and was found guilty, police and court records show. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

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May 17, 2017 3:31 PM

Man who claimed racial bias in arrest at Rock Hill BMX is a no-show in court

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