Categories: Headliner
      Date: Nov  5, 2012
     Title: Arrest made of an accused faux officer

By TAMMI KATE LEDFORD

On Thursday, November 1, Larry Wayne Haag, 56, was arrested on charges of Impersonating a Public Servant by the Texas Ranger, Phillip Ditto. Impersonating a Public Servant is a third degree felony. The Dalhart Police Department assisted the Ranger’s with locating Haag. The arrest was stemming from a complaint filed with the Gruver Police Chief, Pyne Gregory On Wednesday, October 24.



By TAMMI KATE LEDFORD

On Thursday, November 1, Larry Wayne Haag, 56, was arrested on charges of Impersonating a Public Servant by the Texas Ranger, Phillip Ditto. Impersonating a Public Servant is a third degree felony. The Dalhart Police Department assisted the Ranger’s with locating Haag. The arrest was stemming from a complaint filed with the Gruver Police Chief, Pyne Gregory On Wednesday, October 24.
Haag is sales person for COPsync, Inc. COPsync operates the nation’s largest law enforcement real-time, information sharing, communication and data interoperability network. Their company profile states COPsync’s mobile application enables officers to instantly access local, state, and federal law enforcement databases, efficiently gather information at the point of incident, and immediately share critical data with all officers on the COPsync network.

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