Woman charged with impersonating a police officer in SC

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A woman accused of impersonating a police officer near Charlotte is out of jail.

Police say Tia Taylor went to two different homes in Chester, S.C. and pretended to be a detective investigating a sex crime.

One of her alleged victims, John Westly, wasn’t fooled. Westly is a retired New York City police officer.

When Westly questioned Taylor, she ran off.

Read more: WTVD

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