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October 25, 2013 5:35 PM

911 director: Time gap between traffic stop and call led to confusion, impostor investigation

A gap of nearly an hour between a traffic stop and a motorist calling 911 helped lead to a misperception that she had been the victim of someone impersonating a law enforcement officer, an official said Friday.

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