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A North Carolina man was charged with impersonating a police officer after he reportedly is a member of the real deal and the chase is on – and, apparently, the arrest of a suspect in the murder last month.
David Adams, 30, was taken into custody on Wednesday in connection with an incident that unfolded at about 11 p.m. on Oct. 5, when the officers stopped, and with five people in a car outside a grocery store in Wilson. The police is reportedly of the opinion that one of the passengers was a suspect in the murder.
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When the officers approached the car, the car drove away, WITN reported. The police chased the car for a few miles, before a man, later identified as Adam, driving a black Ford Taurus, a blue light flew past and took — believed to have been a part of the suspect’s vehicle between the car and the pursuing officers.
David Adams, 30, was charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer after he allegedly pulled over a vehicle in the murder of suspects in North Carolina on Oct. 5.
Adams reportedly showed that the driver of the car at gunpoint and handcuffed him. Wilson and the Police officers weren’t sure who Adam was or if he was an officer of the law, so they ordered him to stop the search for the suspect.
The 30-year-old finally left the stage, but on Wednesday, it was charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer, online, arrest records indicate.
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The five people in the vehicle, and that Adam helped to stop it, were also reportedly arrested by the real police officers on various charges.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.