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Men Arrested for Impersonating Dallas Officers

February 24, 2014  | 

Two men were arrested on Saturday for allegedly impersonating Dallas police officers to gain access to a residence they planned to burglarize.

Mario Rosales-Varianos and Jesus Huerta-Trujilo were arrested at the Solana Ridge apartment complex on the 8000 block of Chariot Drive in Dallas on Feb. 22, WFAA reports.
 
According to an arrest affidavit, Anabella Availez returned home from her mother’s residence with Luis Vazquez when Rosales-Varianos started banging on the door and yelling, “Open up it’s the police. Open the door now.”
 
Availez walked toward the door to open it, but Vazquez stopped her. The document says he saw both men standing outside and neither man was in uniform.

Tags: Dallas PD, Police Impostors


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Serpico @ 2/25/2014 11:11 AM

Let me guess Mario Rosales-Varianos and Jesus Huerta-Trujilo, aren't US Citizens either? Judges let people impersonate US Marines, and get away with it, they let Foreign Nationals have fake SSN#s. People have had enough! But the Powers that Be in Washington DC let things like this happen. When the economy collapses and their are FEMA Camps, and WWIII they'll put LEO's last too! All they have to do his hand Red China the keys to the Country and say here take it! Foreign Interests and Banks run the USA. Not people who serve the common good and care about others. Instead we have a self centered Ruling Elite that only care about themselves and they don't care how many lives they destroy to get what they want.

Fed Chief @ 2/26/2014 6:43 AM

It's only going to get worse. Here in Calif., they have illegals, opps, "undocumented citizens" driving around in trucks made to look like Pacific Gas & Electric service trucks. The park in front of homes, go to the back yards with the residence while a third person comes in through the front door 459 the house with the resident is occupied with the guys "looking for a gass leak"

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