Hmm How would the rest of you act if this happened to you? I like the part at the end asking to see the arrest warrent! "Hmm hold on there for just a second officer/ I mean robber/ I mean stand still and let me call this in..... If we only had that amount of time to make a life changing decision to defend ourselves. Just anothe justification for no more NO KNOCKS! Fake Cops May Have Stolen Uniform Reported By: Paul Crawley Web Editor: Leigha Baugham Last Modified: 8/31/2006 9:06:34 AM Fake cops have terrorized at least one family in a home invasion and DeKalb investigators think the robbing crew may have stolen their uniforms and badges from a real police officer. DeKalb Police are alarmed that two armed men showed up at a Scottdale apartment complex early Wednesday morning, posing as police officers. Dressed in vests, helmets, ski masks, badges and other tactical gear, the suspects kicked in the door of an apartment claiming to have an arrest warrant. The suspects terrorized a family, including four children and locked them in a bathroom while they ransacked the apartment. â€œWeâ€™re very concerned with anybody out there impersonating a police officer. Itâ€™s alarming,â€ said Officer Jason Gagnon of the DeKalb County Police Department. Although no one was hurt, a relative said the family was still afraid the men will come back and they do not know who to trust. â€œIts very scary. I don't know who to trust. When I call the police, I don't want them to send a regular car, because I just donâ€™t know who they are,â€ said the victimsâ€™ relative. DeKalb County police looked into the possibility that the fake cops may have stolen their badges and uniforms from a City of Pine Lake reserve officer whose home was recently burglarized. Just in case, the town of Pine Lake has temporarily suspended serving warrants until the case can be sorted out. â€œI want the guys caught, simple as that,â€ said the victims' relative. The fake cops only got away with an Xbox and a pair of Nike shoes in the home invasion. DeKalb police say if you arenâ€™t certain if you are being confronted by real officers, ask to see an arrest warrant and try to call 9-1-1 for confirmation if you can.