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Salem Man Takes Test Drives, Impersonates Sheriff's DeputiesSalem-News.com
Please remember that deputies and police officers acting in their capacity will always carry official identification to include a badge. Impersonates Sheriff's Deputies
(SALEM, Ore. ) - Three days in a row a man identifying himself as a deputy sheriff came to the car lot at Good Fellows Auto Sales located at 218 Lancaster Drive NE to test drive a black, Chevrolet Tahoe.
On the third day employees grew suspicious and went along on the test drive.
That is when 40-year-old Anthony McGuire of Salem began yelling at a motorcycle to pull over. The motorcyclist pulled over and McGuire told the rider he was a deputy and he was stopping him for speeding.
Everyone involved grew suspicious of McGuire and called the real deputies.
McGuire admitted to impersonating a deputy and he was arrested and transported to the Marion County Jail.
If you believe you have been a victim of McGuire please call the Marion County Sheriff's office at 503-588-5032.
Please remember that deputies and police officers acting in their capacity will always carry official identification to include a badge. If you ever have questions about a police officer or deputies identity please call your local law enforcement or 911.
Source: Marion County Sheriff's Office
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