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9/9/2010 - Fake Cops In Court - Click here to print this information

Three men accused of posing as police officers and holding residence of the Beech Grove area at gunpoint had their cases bound to the October term of the Coffee County Grand Jury.
Robert Kerry Pickle, 50, of Nashville, Steven Wayne McRaven, 52, of Nashville and Daniel Leon Hudgins, 56, of Manchester are charged with especially aggravated kidnapping, especially aggravated robbery, criminal impersonation and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
According to reports by Coffee County Sheriffs Deputy Kerry Farrar, on Aug. 18 the three men drove up to the residence of Ernest Kashola on Old Hickory Drive in a white Ford Taurus, jumped out saying that they were police officers. Kashola told deputies that the men showed what appeared to be a badge and one of the men was wearing a ball cap that had the words police on it.
The three then force Kashola to the ground and tied his hands behind him. The three then entered his residence and tied up Ronald Worley and Darlene Layne who were in the residence at the time. One of the fake police officers stood guard over the three victims while the other two-started searching the house.
According to the occupants of the residence told deputies that the men kept asking where the drugs and money were located. They took several different pill bottles with medication, a colt .38 revolve, $320 in cash, a Fender guitar and a gold watch. The fake cops also vandalized three cars parked at the residence.
After the trio left the victims notified 911 operators of the robbery and deputies descended upon the area. They were arrested a short time later at the intersection of Highway 64 and Interstate 24 and deputies found items taken from the residence inside their vehicle.
According to records at the Coffee County Jail Pickle has posted bond while Hudgins and McRaven remain in jail.

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