Impersonating a Public Servant
A West Texas man has been charged with impersonating an officer by using sirens and flashing lights to skip to the head of the drive-thru line at a fast-food restaurant.
A pair of sexual assaults at an East Fort Worth apartment complex has female residents looking over their shoulders, though police have a “person of interest” in custody.
A North Texas man who deceived family, friends and government officials into believing he was a U.S. Army brigadier general has pleaded guilty to impersonating a public servant.
He was convicted of murder in Dallas County nearly 30 years ago and served his time; now a jury has sentenced Raul Alvarez-Mijan to 90 years in prison for a different kind of crime.