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Man Accused of Impersonating Police Officer

Police in Hudson, New Hampshire, have arrested a man accused of impersonating a police officer and unlawfully detaining a taxi cab driver

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    Police in Hudson, New Hampshire, have arrested a man accused of impersonating a police officer and unlawfully detaining a taxi cab driver.

    Police responded to the area of Adelaide Street Friday morning at 2:229 for a report of an alleged robbery. The incident was reported by the cab driver, who was driving two male subjects to their residences.

    Upon arrival, officers found that the subjects were not attempting to rob the cab drive, but that one man was impersonating an officer who unlawfully detained the cab driver.

    The two men were found in the area of Adelaide Street.

    The man who was accused of impersonating an officer, Francis O’Hearn, 23, of Hudson, was charged with false impersonating, criminal threatening, false imprisonment and simple assault.

    The second male, Daniel Carlo, 22, of Hudson, was charged with receiving stolen property.

    Both men posted bail and are scheduled for arraignment at the Nashua 9th District Court on Nov. 20.

    The incident remains under investigation.

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