Colo. Det. Turns Tables on Police Impostor
September 27, 2013
An undercover Pueblo County (Colo.) Sheriff's detective arrested a man in a Pueblo West cellphone store Monday, after the man pretended to be an officer and accused him of dealing drugs.
Roland Herrera, 63, now faces charges of impersonating an officer. The two men were inside the store when Herrera approached the undercover detective and demanded, "Why do you have so many phones? Are you a drug dealer?"
Herrera said he was "a cop" and the detective should "give him the drugs," reports the Pueblo Chieftain.
Displaying 1 - 1 of 1
MB @ 9/29/2013 8:36 AM
Stupid is as stupid does
Join the Discussion
Other Recent News
Cubic Corp. today announced its recent acquisition of the PRISim product line of...
San Antonio police officer Robert Deckard, who was shot in the head Sunday during a...
Attorneys for Elias Montoya announced Sunday that they are reviewing the allegations...
A Marion County, Ore., Sheriff's deputy is in fair condition after being wounded in a...
Sandoval County, N.M., sheriff’s Sgt. Robert Baron, who was injured Thursday while...