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Mass. Police Imposter Flashed Blue Light in Walmart Parking Lot

July 19, 2011  | 

A 23-year-old Salem, Mass., man was arrested with police-type gear after a report that he was flashing a blue police strobe light on his Chrysler 300.

Richard Ramon Tirado was arrested with police equipment, including pieces of a uniform, a badge, and the large strobe light. He is charged with a felony of false impersonation and an additional charge of using blue lights restricted to law enforcement.

Source: Union Leader

Tags: Police Impostors, Salem (Mass.) PD


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