Men arrested for allegedly impersonating police, robbing victims in Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say two men are in custody after allegedly impersonating officers to commit robberies.

Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department say the alleged suspects had robbed at least three people at gunpoint. The alleged crimes took place at private homes and at Lake Hefner.

During the crimes, authorities believe the men portrayed themselves as police officers so the victims would comply.

On Friday, police arrested 36-year-old Nicholas Wood and 34-year-old David Roberts.

Wood was arrested on complaints of robbery with a firearm, possession of stolen credit cards, pointing a firearm, kidnapping and impersonating an officer.

Roberts was arrested on complaints of robbery with a firearm and impersonating an officer.


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