Gibson County Sheriff Warns of Officer Impersonator

The Gibson County Sheriff has recently received reports of people being pulled over by somebody impersonating an officer.

This has also been reported in Vanderburgh County as well, but it is unknown if the incidents are related.

Reports mention a male subject in a silver Dodge Charger, or an older, possibly white car.

In Indiana, officers must either be in a marked police car (can be in or out of uniform), or if in an unmarked vehicle, they must be in uniform while completing any traffic stops.

If you are pulled over and have any doubts as to the officer being real, please call 911 right away. Dispatch will know if any of our local officers are on traffic stops, and where they are.

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