Phony Cop Sketch Released

January 31, 2009


The Escambia County Sheriff’s Department has released a composite sketch of a phony cop that has been targeting young women.

He has been described as a white male in his 20’s or early 30’s. He is reportedly has dark bushy hair, a stocky build and is bout 6′2″ tall. He has a mole under his left eye.

The sketch was based upon information provided by a young female was sexually assaulted by the suspect Tuesday night near I-110 and Brent Lane in Pensacola. The suspect was wearing some type of uniform with no name tag and a belt, according to reports, at the time of that assault. He was driving a white Ford Crown Victoria with a spotlight. He may have had the word “Sheriff” in green letters on the side of the car. Tuesday’s victim said he had a New England type accent.

On January 20, a young female was stopped a phony cop, possibly the same man, near Nine Mile Road and Beulah Road. She was not injured. A young University of West Florida student reported a man in a white sedan flashed blue lights at her on University Parkway last Saturday night.

If you have further information about this phony cop, call the Sheriff’s Office at 436-9630 or Crime Stoppers at 433-7867.

Pictured above: A sketch of a phony cop suspect that appears to be targeting women in Escambia County. The sketch was released Friday night by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Department.


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