Logan County sheriff searches for police impostor

Logan County sheriff searches for police impostor

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Car similar to one being sought by Logan County Sheriff's Office Car similar to one being sought by Logan County Sheriff's Office

 

The Logan County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report of a possible police impostor near Interstate-35 and Waterloo Rd. pulling drivers over.

On at least two occasions a tan or beige Chrysler 300 stopped people traveling on I-35.  One traffic stop was near Waterloo Rd. and the second was near Covell Rd. in Edmond.  The driver of the Chrysler vehicle was described as wearing a red polo shirt.  The vehicle was described as having emergency lights in the front and rear windows.

The Sheriff's Office cautions that its deputies do not drive such a vehicle and all the sheriff's cars are clearly marked with the Sheriff's Office logos.  All deputies wear uniforms with patches on the shoulders of shirts and jackets.

The Edmond Police Department and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol with the Logan County Sheriff's Office are actively searching for the vehicle and the driver.  Anyone with information should contact the Logan County Sheriff's Office at (405)282-4100 or call their nearest law enforcement agency.

 

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