Monday, July 18, 2011

Three Kansas City, Kansas, police officers indicted for stealing video games and money

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click to enlarge Three KCK cops are accused of being crooked.
  • Three KCK cops are accused of being crooked.

A federal grand jury has indicted Kansas City, Kansas, tactical team members Jeffrey Bell, Darryl Forrest and Dustin Sillings for allegedly stealing a PlayStation Portable and a Flip cam while serving a search warrant at a resident's home last July, according to KMBC.

The federal indictment unsealed Monday also accuses the three of stealing money, video games, a Nintendo DS and an iPod Touch from the FBI during a January 4 sting operation. A complaint filed by a KCK resident led to the federal investigation.

Bell, Forrest and Sillings are charged with conspiracy and theft. Bell and Forrest are also charged with deprivation of rights.

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