KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) _ Three members of a Kansas City, Kan., police tactical unit have been indicted of federal charges accusing them of stealing video games and money from a resident.
In a federal indictment unsealed Monday, the three officers are accused of stealing about $300, a video game device and a camcorder from a resident while executing a search warrant at her home in July.
The indictment also accuses the officers of stealing video equipment and cash from the FBI in a January sting operation.
The federal complaint identifies the officers as Jeffrey M. Bell, Darryl M. Forrest and Dustin Sillings. Bell and Forrest are charged with conspiracy, deprivation of rights and theft.
Sillings is charged with conspiracy and theft. Online court records don't list lawyers for the three officers.
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