No police imposter in Logan County after all

A mistake was made by law officers in Logan County. A real law officer from Kay County made traffic stops, but the officer is legitimate, Logan County Sheriff's office reports.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: January 23, 2014

GUTHRIE – What was thought to have been a case of someone impersonating a police officer turns out to be a real law officer after all, Logan County authorities report.

The Logan County Sheriff's office reports Thursday a vehicle that was in question is actually a vehicle used by an investigator for the Kay and Noble counties district attorney's office.

The sheriff's office sent out a news release Wednesday warning motorists about a possible police imposter.

The investigator made traffic stops while driving through the Logan County area.

“It is very relieving to know that this was not a ‘police impersonator' on this occasion. However, we want the public to know what to expect from our agency. All Logan County patrol deputies will be operating a marked patrol vehicle such as a crew cab four wheel drive trucks, SUVs, or Ford Crown Victorias. All of our patrol deputies will be wearing a traditional, black, law enforcement uniform with shoulder patches.

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