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ABC 6 News - The Rochester Police Department says a report has been made with the department similar to a report made to the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office about a man believed to be impersonating a Rochester police officer.
The RPD says around p. The woman said the "officer" said he stopped her for speeding. He reportedly told her not to do it again before returning to his car and driving away. The "officer" is described as a white man, with a tattoo on his neck, approximately 6 feet tall and year-olds with a thin build. Police say if drivers are unsure if the person stopping them is an officer, they may do the following:. Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers online. RPD reports second incident with man believed to be impersonating officers.
Officials say the "officer", again, had a nametag reading 'Sledgehammer'. Police say if drivers are unsure if the person stopping them is an officer, they may do the following: Turn your hazards on and pull over in a public area that has people. At night, drive to a well-lit area. Dial while looking for a safe place to stop.
Be aware of your location so you can describe it to the dispatcher. Confirm with the dispatcher that a legitimate officer is stopping you. Lock your doors and only put your window down a few inches. Look for a uniform or other official Rochester Police markings on the subject's clothing. Do not reach for your phone when the subject is near your vehicle.
Instead, first tell the subject you would like to reach for your phone to dial to confirm the subject is a legitimate police officer. Form not loading?. Fill out my online form. Most Read Stories. MDH Legionnaires' case investigation continues, family shares story.
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