More LEO Impersonation

More LEO Impersonation

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    More LEO Impersonation

    This Guy was impersonating an LEO on the Interstate in Autauga County Alabama. Sort of backfired on him! Only problem is that he got away with this one it seems but chances are he will probably try it again.

    Man poses as police officer in Autauga County - WSFA 12 News Montgomery, AL |


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    I can't believe these losers have enough time in the day to be going around doing this.
    I am busier than a one legged man in a butt kicking contest with my everyday life.
    But I guess when your a loser, you have time for this sort of monkeyshines.
    Hope they bust the pervert.
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    She needs to get a trunk monkey.
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    Awesome Ret, what a hoot!

    Like they say, I got to get me one of these!


    LOL!

    I hope the imposter meets one real soon.

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    one of these days this guy is going to meet a "victim impersonator" and will light him up...
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    Man poses as police officer in Autauga County - WSFA 12 News Montgomery, AL |
    Man poses as police officer in Autauga County
    Posted: Jun 04, 2010 6:39 PM CDT
    Updated: Jun 04, 2010 8:08 PM CDT

    MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - It happened on Interstate 65 South near the Pine Level exit in Autauga County. A woman in her 40s from south Alabama was pulled over by what she thought was a legitimate looking police officer, a flashing blue light on the dash of a dark-colored SUV.

    The woman realized soon enough this was too scary and too fake when the impersonator asked her to get out of the car and then allegedly groped her.

    "She's very lucky because she was able to get away and get back in her car. A lot of times you have someone who wants to be a policeman or maybe they were rejected by some agencies, this is their way of being wanna-be officers," said Autauga County Sheriff Herbie Johnson.

    Law enforcement agencies today have a number of marked vehicles as well as unmarked cars. The best thing to do if you're ever in doubt is to put on your emergency flashers and drive to the nearest exit, preferably a populated area and call 911.

    County investigators have a good idea of what happened, why and where but solving the case may be a different story altogether.

    "We don't really know who we're looking for and no tag number," said Sheriff Johnson.

    Because it happened so fast, the woman was not able to give a full description of the man who allegedly pulled her over for no apparent reason.

    In the 20 years Johnson's been in office he can only recall this happening about a half-dozen times. A rare occurrence but it does happen. This woman was fortunate. She managed to get away unharmed.

    "This could have led to a kidnapping, murder or rape," said Sheriff Johnson.

    As of now no leads, no suspects.

    If Autauga County investigators do catch the suspect, the sheriff says the man will face charges of sexual assault and impersonating a police officer, potentially earning anywhere from two to 20 years in prison if there's a conviction.

    Sheriff Johnson declined to identify the victim in this case.

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    I'd put out some good looking female LEO's armed to the teeth, they'll know in advance if he's real or not. He'd get a real surprise when he pulled them over!
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    ALWAYS keep and carry a camera inside your vehicle, close to your CCW gun, with battery charged and a good [not full] media card inside it, loaded and ready to go, whether or not people want to pose. They may not like to have their pictures taken, but so what and tough luck and too bad. Besides, you might make the newspapers or even the National Examiner! Such fake-wannabe-play-cop people do not want to be seen on our TV screens. You may also save someone else, if not yourself. You can use most modern digital cameras [and cell phones] to make movies with sound, too, depending on the media and battery capacity.

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