Police Impersonator Selling PCP

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Oklahoma City Drug Dealers Impersonating Cops These Days

Cristal M Clark 

I suppose these days everything is a thing up to and including impersonating a police officer and then selling some PCP. 

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Recently in Oklahoma City, 3 people were arrested for allegedly selling PCP at an apartment complex, one of which just so happened to be attempting to impersonate a police officer. 

Not super smart when dealing with real actual cops, but you know sometimes criminals are not the brightest bulbs in the box. But her getup, that is what takes the cake here. 

When officers with the Oklahoma City police department arrived at the scene, the woman who is identified as Shirlene Nelson, told them she was a police officer.

She was reportedly wearing a pink duty belt with pepper spray, two knives, handcuffs, brass knuckles and a “special police brass badge.”

Maybe it was the pink utility belt or the brass knuckles that gave it away. 

Either way perhaps this police impersonator needs to stop hitting the product prior to impersonating a cop. 

Cristal M Clark

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Man Impersonating a Police Officer – Pulls Over Van Full of Police

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Hicksville, New York

Cristal M Clark

25-year old, Valiery Portlock, turned on emergency lights and sounded an airhorn Friday morning in an attempt to pull over a van, which just so happened to be full of well actual police, detectives actually from the Nassau County Police Department’s electronics squad.

According to police, as the detectives informed Valiery that they were actual police, Valiery attempted to flee the scene by jumping into his car and driving away, swerved into oncoming traffic and sped to the Long Island Expressway, where he was eventually stopped by the highway patrol, more real police.

Naturally, Valiery was arrested and charged with criminal impersonation, reckless endangerment and fleeing the police. He was released from custody on his own recognizance following an arraignment on Saturday.

What is truly terrifying about this is that they let him out on a PR bond, just let someone go who knowingly impersonates police, so what happens when the next vehicle he pulls over is not full of actual police?

Cristal M Clark

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