Police: Fleet Employee Impersonating Cop Pulled Over Women

July 21, 2015

An employee of Erie County (N.Y.) Bureau of Fleet Services allegedly impersonated an officer and pulled over women at night, WIVB.com reported.

Steven Adamski is accused of pulled over three women late on a Friday night with a flashing red and blue light that belonged to the county and told them he was an officer. He asked them a few questions, and then drove away, according to the Town of Cheektowaga's police department.

Adamski, who has denied the accusations, has been placed on leave from his job.

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