Two Army Colonels Try To Fake Paternity Test And Get Caught

These two Army colonels tried to fake a paternity test by switching identities. They must have forgotten that they submitted D.N.A. samples to the Army.


Two former Army War College students are facing criminal charges after Cumberland County authorities accused them of swapping identities in a plot to try to fool a paternity test, authorities said.

Scott M. Carlson, 51, and Bruce S. Adkins, 44, colonels and members of the college’s class of 2007, were charged Thursday with tampering with public records, tampering with evidence, forgery, theft and obstruction of justice.

Adkins’ attorney, Gregory Abeln, said Thursday that his client, who is stationed in Georgia, will testify against Carlson if the need arises.

Way to end a career.

yojoe out

2 Responses

  1. This happened to me in Atlantic County the now proven father had another man take his dna test got caught by the court. He was not punished instead 3 months (now) he is seeking visitation….What the heck????!!!!!!

  2. continuously i used to read smaller articles which as well clear their
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