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Police Impersonator Pulling Over Vehicles In Northern Kansas


Authorities are warning the public that a man who is allegedly impersonating a police officer has pulled over 5 vehicles in northeast Kansas.

According to WIBW, the man has pulled over the vehicles near Marysville, Kansas and Liberty, Nebraska.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, yesterday at 5:15 a.m., “The suspect’s vehicle was blocking 2nd road at US 36 west of Marysville in Marshall County. The suspect then followed the victim and then made the stop on US 36 Highway.” The suspect allegedly pulled over the vehicle, demanded to search the it and then drove off.

The suspect is reportedly driving a white, 4-door pickup truck, with chrome tube-like running boards, a magnetic antenna on a box in the bed of the pickup, with a red light mounted on top.  The suspect is described as a white male, in his 40s, approximately 6’1″ tall with a black mustache and brown hair.

The Kansas Highway Patrol are keeping an eye out for the suspect.

If you’re being pulled over, you have the right to call 911 to verify that you’re being pulled over.

Kansas Highway Patrol




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