Officer will not be charged following investigation


A warrant showed Internal Affairs sought access to Lasztoczi's cell phone records.

The warrant said Lavente was called with other officers to a business in the 5800 block of Faringdon Place March 24 for a burglar alarm/breaking and entering report. He also assisted officers in a search at a second business in the same block where a break-in was reported.

The warrant stated Lavente allegedly took an item without authorization to do so.

A release from the Raleigh Police Department said, "After a comprehensive review of the facts and evidence developed by the investigation, it has been determined that probable cause does not exist to support charges."

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