The report of a burglary in her home in June 2010 was far from the only time that Wake County school board member Debra Goldman and her family have called police over the last few years.
As noted in today's article by Anne Blythe, Goldman and her family were involved in at least three dozen incidents since January 2010 that have required assistance from or investigation by Cary police. Their reports have involved fears of theft, intruders and domestic disputes.
Pat Bazemore, chief of the Cary police department, said Sunday that it is her philosophy that public officials in her bailiwick are treated the same as others. Bazemore could not say whether the number of encounters with the Goldmans was large, average or small.