TBI Arrests Four Former Warren, DeKalb Officers
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NASHVILLE - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested four former police officers from Warren and DeKalb Counties after a TBI investigation into prescription drugs being illegally obtained at a McMinnville, TN clinic. The case culminated today after the Warren County Grand Jury handed down indictments on the officers.

Daniel Clayton, 28, and Daniel Conry, 31, both former McMinnville police officers, were each indicted on seven counts of delivery of a schedule II narcotic, seven counts of fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs and seven counts of insurance fraud.
Both were booked into the Warren County jail on $147,000 bond each.

David Seibers, 33, formerly a Warren County sheriff’s deputy, was indicted on three counts of delivery of a schedule II narcotic and three counts of insurance fraud. He was booked into the Warren County Jail on $60,000 bond.

Larry Pedigo, 33, a former Dekalb County sheriff’s deputy, was indicted on two counts of delivery of a schedule II narcotic and two counts of fraudulently obtaining drugs. He was booked into the Warren County Jail on $40,000 bond.

On August 3, 2009 TBI agents executed a search warrant on the Americare, an urgent care walk-in clinic, located on South Chancery Street in McMinnville, TN. The officers were all obtaining the drugs from the clinic.
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