Woman charged with impersonation
Police say a woman has been impersonating a county tax employee.
It was reported that a woman driving a white unmarked vehicle explained that she was a contract hire for the county tax office, checking on properties for tax purposes. When she was asked to produce identification, she couldn’t produce a county employee identification card.
Police said that all Real Property Tax Office personnel have photo identification and business cards and all field work is done in county vehicles with county seals visible on the side.
Residents should not give personal information without asking for proper identification when in these situations, and should report similar situations to the police non-emergency number at 935-3311.
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