Arrested! Police Imposter Pulls Women Over in New York and Asks for Nudes?
You are driving down the road, minding your own business, when all of a sudden you see those dreaded lights in your mirror. You are being pulled over but what did you do?
So many thoughts are running through your head. Were you speeding? On the phone? You are so nervous you don't notice the officer is driving a Toyota Prius. Well, that isn't a police officer.
Earlier this week Suffolk County Police arrested a New York man for impersonating an officer but that isn't all he was doing.
A female motorist complained that not only was she stopped by this imposter, during the stop the man obtained the victim’s personal cell phone number. Shortly thereafter, the man contacted the victim and requested that she send him nude photographs of herself.
On the evening of February 8th, the suspect was attempting to meet one of his victims. That is when officers intercepted the meeting and arrested David Olivari. Olivari was driving a 2007 Toyota Prius with a dashboard mounted flashing light similar to the vehicle reported in previous reports.
Olivari, a New York State Corrections Officer, is now charged with:
- Criminal Impersonation 1st Degree
- Criminal Impersonation 2nd Degree
- Grand Larceny 4th Degree
- 2 counts of Unlawful Imprisonment 2nd Degree
- Unauthorized Use of a Computer
If you have any information detectives are asking you to call the Fourth Squad at 631-854-8452 or Crime Stoppers at 800- 220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.