Case Assistance Request – Impersonating a Public Servant #15-9784 – This past Saturday May 9, 2015, a male subject approached people at the Aransas Pass Little League fields located on E. Johnson Street. The subject presented himself as a U.S. Marshal and sought the whereabouts of a particular female. The subject presented a photograph of the female and her child, as he sought more information about her.
Witnesses describe the subject as a clean cut, white male, about 5’8″, and in his mid 40’s. The male subject was wearing dark tan pants and a blue shirt at the time he presented himself as a United States Marshal to the witnesses.
If you had contact with this subject and have more information, please contact us (patrol commander) directly at 361-758-5224. You may also submit a tip anonymously via Tri-County Crime Stoppers at (800) 245-TIPS/8477 or online at TCCS Online Tip Form. Your Crime Stoppers tip could earn you up to $1000.00 cash!
*** UPDATE CASE CLOSED ***
We were able to identify the person and speak with him directly. No charges will be filed, as we are now unable to legitimize the allegations after receiving new information.
Anytime you are suspicious or have concerns about someone impersonating a police officer, contact us. We’re here to help.
What to Do?
If you suspect you have been contacted by a phony officer, call the police department either at 361-758-5224 or in an emergency, 911.
Our staff can confirm most activities involving law enforcement in our area. But in those times we can’t, we will send an officer out to investigate further.