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Alleged chief of phony Masonic police department in court, doesn't enter plea
Alleged chief of phony Masonic police department in court, doesn't enter plea

The self-proclaimed chief of a Masonic police force who was charged by Los Angeles County prosecutors of falsely representing himself as actual law enforcement appeared in court Thursday for his arraignment but did not enter a plea. David Henry, 46, is scheduled to be back in court June 30 with his two co-defendants, Brandon Kiel, 31, who is an aide to state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris; and Tonnette Hayes, 59. All three face misdemeanor charges of representing themselves as police. Henry is also charged with three felony counts of perjury and Kiel with a count of unlawful use of a state ID. Before his case was called, Henry sat quietly outside the San Fernando courtroom with Hayes at his...

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