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Man charged after impersonating TBI agent at Murfreesboro massage business

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NASHVILLE - A TBI investigation resulted in the arrest of a Gainesboro man charged with impersonating an agent.

Feb. 23 at the request of District Attorney General Jennings Jones, TBI special agents began investigating a report that a man had visited a massage business in Murfreesboro on Feb. 21 claiming he was a TBI special agent. During the course of the investigation, agents learned the man told employees he was there to do an inspection of that location, and wanted a session with a therapist as part of an undercover investigation he was doing into human trafficking in massage parlors. The investigation revealed that the individual who claimed to be a TBI Agent was in fact Eric Devon Quick, 25, who has never been an employee with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Thursday night Quick was arrested and charged with criminal impersonation.

He was booked into the Rutherford County Jail on a $1,500 bond.

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