TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Detectives need your help in a case involving an alleged police impersonator.
News 10 obtained court documents outlining the details of the Franklin Akers case.
Those documents say Akers admitted to identifying himself as an officer to at least three different people.
In the court documents, Akers said he did it out of anger because of how people were driving.
It also says he admitted to stalking a female to try and get a date.
If you have approached by Akers as he posed as a police officer, you are asked to contact the Terre Haute Police Department at 812-244-2667.
- Court documents: Man admitted to impersonating a police officer at least three times
- Terre Haute man arrested for impersonating police officer for the second time in one month
- Greene County Jail guard admits to sexual relationship with an inmate, court documents allege
- COURT DOCUMENTS: Pastor's wife admits to stealing church funds to buy drugs
- Possible police impersonator stops motorists in Indiana
- Jury selection complete for Terre Haute man accused of impersonating a police officer
- Verdict reached for Terre Haute man accused of impersonating a police officer
- Court documents: Man broke into home, threatened police with a stick
- An Indiana state representative tried to buy cocaine and impersonated an officer, police say
- Terre Haute man arrested for impersonating a police officer, detectives want to know if he has approached you