Police impersonators sought in township
A Bloomfield Township resident called township police to report concerns about two men impersonating police officers and pulling over vehicles in the area of Walnut Lake Road near Kenmoor Road on Monday, August 3. The caller said she heard what sounded like a police siren in the area and then observed an older model black Chevrolet Tahoe with red and blue lights on it but no visible markings. Once she returned home she told her son what she saw. He then went for a walk and saw the same vehicle on Walnut Lake Road, where it had pulled over a Mercedes, occupied with a single, white female, stopped on Kenmoor Road. The Tahoe had red and blue lights flashing. The son told police as he walked by the car he saw two men, one talking to the female driver and the other blocking the license plate. The man standing behind the license plate was described as 20 to 25 years old, 5 foot11inchds, of Middle Eastern descent, with a medium build, shabby light brown hair and full stubble beard. The other man was described as around six feet tall, 25 to 30 years old, with a thin build, short, dirty blonde hair, and a mole on his right cheek. He was wearing black Adidas long pants, a green Nike T-shirt, and gym shoes. The witness didn’t see a badge, body armor or weapon. Bloomfield Township police are currently investigating.