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A Massachusetts woman is set to face charges after lying about her home being burglarized and vandalized by 'Black Lives Matter' affiliates.

Rachaell Davis
Oct, 31, 2016

The wife of a Massachusetts police officer is headed to court after it was revealed that she falsified reports about a recent robbery that never happened and attempted to place the blame on one of the most prominent Black activist organizations in existence today.

According to CBS Boston, Millbury resident Maria Daly acted completely alone when she told police her home had been burglarized by a supposed intruder who escaped with jewlery and money. Adding an even more troubling layer to the already-peculiar story, Maria claimed her home was also targeted with graffiti referencing the Black Lives Matter organization.

Millbury Police Chief Donald Desorcy says it didn't take long for his team of investigators to figure out that Daly's story didn't quite add up.

"Something wasn’t quite right,” Desorcy said. “I think that was pretty obvious and as a result of that investigation, the officers did their due diligence and followed through with the investigation that we had.”

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In the end, not only did officers determine that the burglary story wasn't true, they learned Daly made the entire incident up altogether.

"Basically we came to the conclusion that it was all fabricated,” said Desorcy. “There was no intruder, there was no burglary.”

Despite his wife's shameful ploy to decieve police with the made up story about a non-existent home robbery, it was determined that Millbury police officer Daniel Daly was not involved in the plot and will not face consequences.

Maria Daly faces charges of filing a false police report and misleading a police investigation.