LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Another case in the Drug Court program in Clark County, Ind. is being investigated.
The WHAS11 iTeam broke the story of problems within that program.
Now a family says the former employees of drug court were impersonating police.
Brandelyn Taylor's case is the latest under review after a string of allegations in Clark County Drug Court.
“There was never another member of law enforcement,” Norman Taylor, Brandelyn’s Husband, said. “It was just Jeremy and Susan. They bust through my door; they didn't knock on it.”
He is referring to the former drug court director Susan Knoebel and former drug court bailiff Jeremy Snelling.
Neither had arrest powers.
Both have been fired after a series of people have come forward saying the pair arrested them when they didn't have the authority to do so.
Taylor had a warrant out for her arrest in August and that's when her family said she was picked up by Snelling and Knoebel.
There is a civil lawsuit pending against Clark County over this matter.
Taylor's family said they too are thinking about taking legal action over what they said happened.