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Caller poses as DJ to lure people to strip

INDIANAPOLIS – It wasn’t really a radio stunt. Police in Indianapolis say a guy on home detention was pretending to be from a radio station and was luring people to his home to take off their clothes.

According to Indiana State Police, Richard Brown claimed his victims could get $50,000 in a radio promotion if they stripped for him. Some people became suspicious and called the station (WNOU-FM).

A state trooper happened to be at the radio station to talk about speeding tickets at the time and investigated.

Brown has been arrested on charges of confinement and identity deception. Brown was already doing home detention as part of a sentence for criminal confinement. He’s now being held without bond.


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