Added: Morris Knudson - Date: 17.07.2021 00:58 - Views: 42074 - Clicks: 2098
None — The law finally caught up with a man who had been impersonating police for years and now he is being held without bond.
Court records show Tulsa and Broken Arrow police filed misdemeanor warrants for impersonating a police officer. Officers said Baker turned himself in on the warrants last week but bonded out. Now Baker will have to pay for his crimes. Police said Barry Baker was living a trail of lies. She said he even made up battle wounds.
There was too much cop talk for an officer to tell a date. Kellie is a single mother and believed he was preying on single parents. She and her friend single mother figured out Baker had planned dates with both of them on the same night. He talked about corruption and knowing the inside story on police scenes.
Tulsa police said he would buy his equipment from police supply stores.
Detectives say there were reports of him talking about shooting people and putting them in custody and making them pick up trash. He asked FOX23 News to do a story on his success. Police say in Tulsa if an officer pulls you over in an unmarked car with lights and sirens they will be in uniform.
Police recommend you call and ask if an officer has someone pulled over at your location. Also pay attention to their badge and report it to dispatch if you have suspicions.
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Police impersonator fooled women