VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Jury selection is complete and a Terre Haute man will be tried for impersonating a police officer.
On February 10th of last year, the Vigo County Sheriff's Office says someone walked into the Hamilton Center wearing a coat with a sheriff's office insignia.
An employee told police Steve Ferree identified himself as John Wilson and asked to speak with the Hamilton Center about a jail inmate.
Two members of the sheriff's office identified Ferree using surveillance photos.
His trial should wrap up on Wednesday.
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