Troopers Looking for Two Men Who Impersonated Officers in Marcy
The New York State Troopers are looking for two men who allegedly impersonated officers in Marcy.
The NYS Troopers are looking for the public's help in an investigation after a man says he was pulled over by two men who said they were police officers.
According to a press release from the Troopers, on January 28th at around 5:20 pm, a man told the officers he was pulled over by an unknown type of vehicle with flashing blue lights inside the windshield. When he pulled over and stopped, two unknown men approached the car wearing black winter coats with black winter hats.
"The complainant described them as both being in their mid-20’s approximately six feet tall and possibly Hispanic. He stated the men had no name tags or agency insignia on their coats or hats. He claims he was then taken out of the vehicle, placed on his knees at the rear of his vehicle while one person “searched” his vehicle, and a second man took a “q-tip” and swabbed his mouth. Both men then told the complainant that he was all set and free to go."
If you were traveling on State Route 49 between the City of Rome and the City of Utica (more the Marcy/Floyd area) between the hours of 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM on January 28, 2020, and may have witnessed this incident to, please contact State Police at Troop D Headquarters in Oneida (315) 366-6000.