Authorities in Michigan have arrested and charged a former reserve officer with perjury in connection with the 2007 murder of an 11-year-old Michigan girl.
The Kalamazoo Gazette reported that 46-year-old Raymond McCann, a person of interest in the killing of Jodi Parrack, was arraigned Saturday on the charge stemming from an investigation conducted by a state cold case team.
Constantine Police Chief Jim Bedell told Fox17Online.com that McCann became a person of interest the night Jodi’s body was found in Constantine Township Cemetery on Nov. 8, 2007. Her bike was found nearby.
“We do feel he is hiding something,” Badell said.
McCann was suspended from his job with the village at the time of the girl’s death and he later resigned, according to Badell. The Associated Press left a message for McCann’s attorney, Christine Yancey.
A probable cause affidavit obtained by Fox17Online.com states that “McCann`s behavior, after the discovery of the victim’s body, seemed unnatural