www.ajc.com/news/content/metro/clayton/stories/0815henry.html Police imposters stage home invasion in Stockbridge Associated Press Published on: 08/15/06 Henry County police are investigating a home invasion in Stockbridge that involved two men posing as SWAT team officers. Police say the men entered the home about 1 a.m. Monday pointing handguns and wearing shirts that read "SWAT." Police spokesman Lt. Jason Bolton said a man and woman in the home heard the voices of the men. He said the suspects claimed to be members of the Henry County police SWAT team. Bolton said the suspects asked to see the couple's identification and then placed the man under arrest. The men claimed they were serving an arrest warrant out of Colorado. The woman managed to call 911 and alerted police. Bolton said the suspects handcuffed the man and took him outside, but then removed the handcuffs and ran away. Bolton said the men face charges including home invasion, burglary and armed robbery although they did not take anything from the home. Last year, Gwinnett County police arrested four suspects wearing shirts with the word "Police" in connection with a string of robberies.