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Troopers say man driving 97 mph in Schoharie falsely claimed to be cop

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A Long Island man who police stopped for allegedly driving 97 mph on I-88 Sunday is facing a felony charge after identifying himself as a police officer, according to state police Don L. Jones, 54, of 67 Hill Ave., Elmont, was charged with first-degree criminal impersonation following the 9:45 p.m. traffic stop, according to a release from the state police at Cobleskill. Police allege Jones displayed a gold shield that looked like one used by ...

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lovemysonj
January 20, 2011
11:39 a.m.

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What an idiot.

socalbob
January 20, 2011
12:19 p.m.

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he could have been.

socalbob
January 20, 2011
12:21 p.m.

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even if he was a cop speeding is still illegal.

robbump
January 21, 2011
10:45 a.m.

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A cop speeding (not on-duty) should be treated more severely than a non-cop. Police should know the risks of that kind of behavior, and should be held up to a higher standard than the common citizen.

Has this guy been released?

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