Man Arrested For Impersonating An Officer - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/14/08

Man Arrested For Impersonating An Officer

Lubbock Police warn citizens of individuals passing themselves off as city authorities.

Bobby Martinez remains in jail Monday on charges of impersonating an officer during a robbery. Early Sunday morning, he allegedly told his victim he was an off duty police officer before robbing him of his backpack, cell phone and bicycle near 39th and Canton. The victim caught up with Martinez, tackled him and called police.

Lubbock police say that if you feel suspicious about an officer ask to see their credentials.

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