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Possible police impersonator in the Coffeyville area

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COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS -

Montgomery County Sheriff Robert Dierks announced today that he wants the citizens of the Coffeyville area, and everywhere in Montgomery County, to be aware of possible police impersonator.

Sheriff Dierks stated that his investigators have gathered information and are investigating  complaints of a white male in his early 20's who may possibly be impersonating a police officer. Dierks stated that the man, who is described as a  white male, approximately 22 years old, around 5' 10" tall and weighing approximately 240 lbs, has been portraying himself as an off-duty police officer and showing people some type of badge, mainly in the Coffeyville area.

Sheriff Dierks stated that the information also indicates that the person may also claim to be working with the United State Marshall's Service. Dierks indicated that his office is looking into the information and he urged anyone with information regarding this, or similar complaints, to contact the Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Dierks also wanted to remind citizens, that there are plain-clothes, however these legitimate officers should have a department-issued I.D. to accompany their badge. 

Concerned persons should contact the Sheriff's Office at (620)-330-1000 or may call toll free at 1-800-498-1019.

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