Logan County Sheriff's Department warns of a possible police impersonator

Logan County sheriff's office received a report about a possible police impersonator making traffic stops in the area of Interstate 35 and Waterloo Road, Logan County Deputy Chief Richard Stephens said.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: January 22, 2014 at 8:13 pm •  Published: January 22, 2014
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The Logan County sheriff's office is warning the public of a possible police impersonator making traffic stops along Interstate 35, authorities said.

The sheriff's office received a report of a driver making two separate traffic stops in a tan/beige Chrysler 300 on Interstate 35. One stop was near Covell in Edmond and one near Waterloo Road, Logan County Deputy Chief Richard Stephens said.

Logan County investigators are working with Edmond police and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Stephens said.

No Logan County sheriff's office vehicles match this vehicle and are clearly marked with stripes and the sheriff's office logos on the sides and rear of the vehicle. All deputies wear traditional, black law enforcement uniforms with patches on the shoulders of all shirts and jackets, Stephens said.

The car was described as having emergency lights inside the front and rear windows.

If anyone has information about these incidents or has been stopped by this vehicle is asked to contact local law enforcement officials or the Logan County sheriff's office at 282-4100.


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