By "setting up" drug buyers and dealers, the officers were able to rob criminals and sometimes seize guns, the indictment alleges. For example, on June 24, 2016, Jenkins, Ward, and Hendrix served a search warrant on a suspect identified as M.M. After the SWAT team left, Jenkins allegedly asked M.M. how much money he had in the house, and M.M. told him he had money in a shoebox in his bedroom. The three cops then "stole approximately $2,000 from the shoe box that contained $10,000," the indictment says. "They also stole $15,000 from a boot in the bedroom that also contained approximately 50 grams of heroin but left the heroin."