Bad Boys, Bad Boys: Bucks County Authorities Warn Residents of Police Imposter in the Area
Authorities in Bucks County are warning residents and visitors to be on the lookout for a police imposter in the area. Hayden Mitman wrote about the imposter for NBC 10 Philadelphia.
The Falls Township Police Department is warning Bucks County residents of a recent incident that took place in Morrisville. According to authorities, a man posing as a police officer recently stopped a woman at a local Wawa.
He is described as a white male in his 30s, standing about 5-foot-9-inches tall with clean shaven with a thin build. At the time of the incident, he was wearing a plain dark-colored uniform with an exterior vest; he also had a flashlight and wearing a golden badge.
According to the website Legal Match, the penalties for impersonating a police officer include imprisonment of up to five years, sometimes more depending on other contributing factors, criminal fines around $1,000, probation, and an account of the charge placed on your permanent criminal record.
Read more about he imposter at NBC 10 Philadelphia.
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