Teen Charged With Impersonating A Police Officer
(Bedford, NH) - New Hampshire State Police have charged a Merrimack teenager with Impersonating a Police Officer.
19 year old Chance Lacasse was arrested Wednesday afternoon after police were told a suspicious individual had just left a business in Merrimack. He was dressed in a police jacket with State Police patches was carrying a handgun on his hip.
Lacasse was located a short time later in Bedford and taken into custody.
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