Two Wilmington police officers resigned after their involvement in an off-duty incident early Saturday morning. Twenty-one year-old Wayne Chavis and twenty-two year-old James Mobley were still in their probationary period with the department. Police say they went to an apartment complex to confront someone who had a party there earlier in the night. They were both charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering and Chavis was also charged with assault by pointing a gun. "The men and women of this organization are disappointed because it really reflects on all law enforcement when someone makes a mistake like that, it was a bad decision, so now only have they lost their career, but they were charged with criminal acts,” said Wilmington Police Chief, Ralph Evangelous. The two officers resigned before they were fired.
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