विडियो: पुलिस की वर्दी पहनकर शहर में घूम रहा था लड़का, असली पुलिस ने पकड़ा…

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अमेरिका के कैलीफोर्निया में एक लड़के ने हर किसी को हैरान कर दिया. 14 वर्षीय लड़का नकली पुलिस ऑफिसर बनकर लोगों को परेशान करता था. ये लड़का अपनी सफेद कार में रेड और ब्लू इमरजेंसी लाइट लगाकर घूमता था. वो पुलिस की यूनिफॉर्म पहनकर डेप्यूटी शेरिफ बनकर घूमता था. वो दो घर में भी पहुंचा, जहां उसने दावा किया कि उसे यहां से घरेलू उपद्रव की शिकायत मिली है.

विडियो: पुलिस की वर्दी पहनकर शहर में घूम रहा था लड़का, असली पुलिस ने पकड़ा...
जब उससे मना किया गया तो उसने दरवाजा खोलने की कोशिश की. जिसके बाद घर के मालिक ने दरवाजा लॉक कर दिया. ये वीडियो सेन बरर्नाडीनो काउंटी शेरिफ डिपार्टमेंट ने पोस्ट किया है. जहां बताया- घर के मालिक ने दरवाजा बंद करने के बाद पुलिस स्टेशन में कॉल करके पुलिस को बताया. घर के मालिक की शिकायत के बाद 6 मार्च को 14 साल के इस लड़को को गिरफ्तार किया गया. कार उसकी दादी की थी.

सेन रर्नाडीनो काउंटी शेरिफ डिपार्टमेंट ने बयान जारी करते हुए बताया- ”डिटेक्टिव्स ने पाया कि उसके बाद नकली पुलिस यूनिफॉर्म थी, बैलेस्टिक वेस्ट, आग्नेय शस्त्र, काफी मात्रा में पैसे और अन्य कानून प्रवर्तन संबंधित वस्तुएं उसके पास से मिली.” CCTV फुटेज में देखा जा सता है कि लड़का पुलिस ऑफिसर बनकर घूम रहा है. ये वीडियो शेरिफ डिपार्टमेंट ने शेयर किया है. पुलिस ने लड़के की पहचान नहीं बताई है.

14 year-old Arrested for Impersonating a Deputy

14-year-old juvenile arrested for impersonating a deputy sheriff—DATE/TIME: March 5, 2018 / 6:09 p.m. INCIDENT: Impersonation of a Police Officer LOCATION: 13600 block of Mica Ave., Victorville SUSPECT: 14-year-old Hispanic male VICTIM(S): Confidential SUMMARY: On March 5, 2018, an unknown Hispanic male pulled into the driveway of a home in the 13600 block of Mica Avenue. He was driving a white Ford Explorer with red and blue emergency lights, mounted on the inside of the front windshield, which were activated. The Explorer had no law enforcement or other type of identifying markers, other than the emergency lights, and had no license plates. The suspect exited the Explorer wearing a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department uniform with a firearm in the belt holster. He went to the front door and told the occupants he was there to investigate a reported domestic disturbance. The homeowner informed him there was no problem and they had not placed a call to the police. The suspect tried to open the door but the homeowner had locked it. The suspect returned to the Explorer and left the area after a brief exchange with the homeowner, who followed him to the driveway. Later, the homeowner notified police of the suspicious encounter. On March 6, 2018, Sergeant J. Monroe saw a Ford Explorer matching the description of that involved in the incident. He conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and confirmed it was a match. The 14-year old great-grandson of the registered owner was detained and later identified as the suspect. During a search of the juvenile’s home, Detectives found the uniform worn during the incident, as well as a large amount of counterfeit money, simulation firearms, ballistic vests and other law enforcement related items. During the investigation, Detectives also learned the juvenile had two additional contacts the same night, posing as a law enforcement officer. He initiated a traffic stop on a red vehicle, driven by a black female adult, in the area of Amethyst Road. After obtaining the female’s information he gave her a warning and let her go. The other incident occurred in the area of Cobalt Road. The suspect again activated the emergency lights mounted in the vehicle, causing a white male, approximately 16-years old, to come out of his house. The suspect again claimed to be investigating a domestic disturbance call. When he was told, there was no disturbance, the suspect left. The suspect, who is on probation, was arrested and booked at High Desert Juvenile Detention Center. Detectives are still trying to locate the other victims. If you have information about the female in the red car or the juvenile from the Cobalt Road incident, you are urged to call the Victorville Police Department at (760) 241-2911 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at (760) 956-5001. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip.com. Refer: Mara Rodriguez, Media Relations Officer Station: Victorville Police Department Case #: 171802535 Phone No. (760) 241-2911 JOHN MCMAHON, Sheriff-Coroner San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

Posted by San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department on Mittwoch, 7. März 2018

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