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Police: Akron home invasion suspects impersonated FBI

Sean Falcon McNulty (Source: Akron Police) Sean Falcon McNulty (Source: Akron Police)
Maurice Duley (Source: Akron Police) Maurice Duley (Source: Akron Police)
Doris R. Smith (Source: Akron Police) Doris R. Smith (Source: Akron Police)
Freadie L. Nelson (Source: Akron Police) Freadie L. Nelson (Source: Akron Police)
AKRON, OH (WOIO) -

Four people, including the victim, were arrested Friday night after Akron Police responded to a home invasion robbery.

Shortly after midnight, officers responded to the 100 block of East Lowell Avenue. Police say two males wearing FBI T-shirts and armed with an AK-47 and a large machete, kicked in the door to an apartment and robbed the resident of a large amount of marijuana. 

As officers arrived on scene, they saw a white Chevrolet SUV pulling away. Officers then observed two males walking away from the house carrying weapons and a large kitchen trash can containing the marijuana. Both suspects took off running. 

After a brief foot chase, one suspect was apprehended. Officers and detectives followed up on the investigation and located the getaway driver and the other male that fled on foot.

Police arrested Sean Falcon McNulty, 32, of Kent, and signed warrants for Maurice Duley, 39, of Akron. They were charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and impersonating a police officer. 

The getaway driver, Doris Smith, 46, of Akron, was charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery and two counts of aggravated burglary.

The resident, Freadie Nelson, 40, was charged with drug trafficking, possession of drugs, possession of drug instruments, and three counts of weapons under disability.

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