Woman Claims Police Stole Over $4000 From Her Home During Raid, FBI Stage Sting With Fake House, Cops Get Caught Red HandedKCTV5
Feb. 26, 2011
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A Kansas City, Kan., woman said her family was victimized by members of the Kansas City, Kan., police SWAT team during a search warrant raid and is missing more than $4,000 and believes her complaint prompted the internal investigation, sting and arrest of several officers.
On Jan. 5, KCK Police Chief Rick Armstrong confirmed that members of KCK's elite SWAT unit were accused of theft after an FBI sting operation busted several officers accused of stealing money while on the job. [...]
Sources have told KCTV5 that the FBI planted money at a vacant KCK house and set up a fake search warrant sting to bust the officers. As those officers returned from the sting, they were handcuffed, questioned and placed on suspension.