Mark Wahlberg wants record expunged so he can join police reserve

Mark Wahlberg wants to be on the right side of the law.

The 43-year-old “2 Guns” actor is applying to join the LA police department as a reservist, reports TMZ.

News broke last week that Wahlberg asked Massachusetts for a pardon for the two assaults he committed in 1988, which left one man partially blind. He was sentenced to three months in jail for his crimes.

As the law states, convicted felons are not allowed to handle guns.

Wahlberg’s interest in law enforcement may have been inspired by his acting career.

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    The site reports that his roles in “The Other Guys,” “Max Payne” and “The Departed” have all contributed to his interest. He’s also in the midst of selling a reality show called “Port of L.A.,” in which officers examine containers that arrive in the country.

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