UPDATE 03/15/21 (3:02 OM) — Hundreds of pictures and videos have been confiscated from Turner’s residents. The search of the home is still underway.
UPDATE 03/15/21 (10:11am): Kelcey Turner is facing additional charges. Police charged him with 10 counts of possession of obscene material.
Foley Police say they recovered images involving minors during a search of his home and car last Thursday.
Turner will face a judge later Monday morning for a bond hearing on the new charges.
FOLEY, Ala. (WKRG) — The man Foley Police say was impersonating an FBI agent and brandishing a gun Thursday is facing additional charges.
35-year-old Kelcey Turner was originally charged with impersonating a peace officer and menacing after approaching a police officer and an employee of a downtown business wearing a holstered 9 mm Glock handgun.
At one point police say Turner pulled the gun on a man arriving for work, claimed to be an FBI agent, and demanded his identification.
After executing a search warrant at his home on Ogden Court in Foley, Turner was booked into the Baldwin County Jail facing additional charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree possession of marijuana.
Foley Police say they also found several magazines of ammunition in his car and an SKS rifle and a loaded 50-round magazine in the trunk.