3 Officers Face Felony Drug Charges ---- COLUMBUS, Ohio - Two policemen and a health care police officer face felony drug charges after the men allegedly took part in a scheme to extort money from drug dealers and sell cocaine for profit, according to a federal affidavit obtained Tuesday by 10TV News. Chad Mills (pictured right, in the middle), Sean Beck (pictured far right), and Trevor Fusner (pictured right, on the left) were taken into custody on Monday evening after a five-week investigation, 10TV's Maureen Kocot reported. ONLINE EXTRA: Read The Criminal Complaint (PDF) Beck, 28, and Fusner, 31, are officers with the Zanesville Police Department, and Mills, 29, is a Genesis Health Care System police officer. All three have been charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine, while Beck faces an additional charge of extortion.According to court records, the investigation began in June when Beck allegedly demanded $7,500 from a known drug dealer in exchange for making criminal charges disappear, Kocot reported. In August, Beck demanded an additional $1,300 which prompted the dealer to contact authorities, the FBI said. During the same month, the FBI said Beck discussed setting up a delivery that involved "a kilo of cocaine." The plan, according to prosecutors, was to steal the cocaine and sell it for a profit, Kocot reported. Investigators said numerous conversations between the officers were videotaped or recorded. According to court documents, Beck drove his "marked Zanesville police cruiser" to one meeting where he collected $1,300, Kocot reported. *rest of story under spoiler tag* Spoiler The documents also read that Beck allegedly took his 2-year-old son to a meeting at a known drug dealer's home. "When we get allegations of law enforcement and corruption, we address it diligently and aggressively," said FBI special agent Michael Mee. "In this case, the efforts of the agents resulted in the charges." The federal drug charge carries a mandatory sentence of five years in prison. All three officers are scheduled to appear for a bond hearing on Thursday. In Zanesville on Tuesday, the police chief and Muskingum County Prosecutor said they planned to look over cases the officers investigated, or were investigating, 10TV's Cara Connelly reported. It was not known how many cases could be affected by the investigation. Zanesville police Chief Eric Lambes said he was trying to keep a positive outlook. "Even though it's not a good day for the Zanesville Police Department by any means, we are certainly proud of the fact that these two men are in custody." Beck, who is a 7-year K-9 officer, and Fusner, who has been with the department for two years, were both placed on unpaid administrative leave, Connelly reported. Meanwhile, Genesis Health Care Systems said Mills was placed on investigative leave. Neighbors told 10TV News that they often saw police cars parked in front of Mills' apartment, but they said he was always a quiet neighbor, Connelly reported. None of the officer's personnel files listed any previous disciplinary issues, Connelly reported. 10tv video ---- Thats the town I grew up in... what a disgrace. Not to mention the last line before the spoiler tag... "...Beck drove his "marked Zanesville police cruiser" to one meeting where he collected $1,300..."