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    Cop Impersonator is Behind Bars

    Cop Impersonator is Behind Bars
    Posted on 4/7/2006 9:13:31 PM
    by Sandra Kirk


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    A North Carolina man is behind bars in Arkansas tonight for allegedly impersonating a police officer to spy on his wife. Pine Bluff police made the arrest this afternoon.
    Right now, 32-year old, Thomas Gibson of North Carolina is in the Jefferson County jail facing a couple of charges related to doing surveillance on his wife in Pine Bluff.
    Police arrested him for terroristic threatening for allegedly making comments about his wife and her family here in Arkansas. Lt. Bob Rawlinson tell us he is also charged with impersonating a police officer for using a telephone to present himself as a cop to rental businesses in and around Pine Bluff.
    "We do believe that he was trying to present himself as a police officer to be able to do some type of undercover investigation here in town to where he would be able to obtain a rental property or something so he could watch his wife," Rawlinson said.
    Gibson's wife was unharmed from the alleged surveillance and police aren't speculating on what his intentions were in the first place. Jefferson county prosecutor could file more charges on Monday.
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    What a nut-job. Good to see he's off the streets.
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