Police officer's wife admits there's enough facts to find her guilty of false report
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — The wife of a Massachusetts police officer, who claimed the family's home had been burglarized and spray painted with the letters "BLM," has acknowledged there are sufficient facts to find her guilty of filing a false police report.
The Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports the case against Maria Daly has been continued without a finding for one year.
Police were originally called to Daly's Worcester home in October after receiving reports of a burglary. Daly told police $10,000 worth of jewelry was taken, and the letters "BLM" were spray-painted on the siding.
Police say Daley staged the burglary and painted the house for insurance payments so she could repay her debts. Police say her husband, Millbury Officer Daniel Daly, had no knowledge of his wife's actions.