When a Gaston County teenager went missing in 2015, Lowell police officer Paul Blair was assigned to her case. First he found the 13-year-old, a new court document says, then he began showing up at her home late at night, bringing candy and giving her rides in his patrol car. Blair, a husband and father, told the girl's parents he wanted to be their daughter's mentor. Instead, he initiated "numerous sexual acts" with her in his patrol car while still on duty and wearing his uniform, the court document says.
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