ALPINE COUNTY, Calif. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Alpine County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who allegedly impersonated an officer, pulled a woman over and beat her until she got away.
Alpine County Sheriff's Office says the incident happened around 9pm on Oct. 6. ACSO says a female was driving westbound on State Route 88 in the area of Woodfords Junction, Alpine County. The female saw a white truck with unknown plates sitting in the same area and the truck begin to follow her into Woodfords Canyon area. The female says she saw a single red light shining from the truck and pulled to the side of the road, believing she was being stopped by law enforcement. The female was met by a white male wearing dark clothing and a badge. he male requested her information and then ordered her out of her vehicle. As the female exited her vehicle, ACSO says the male grabbed her and threw her to the ground. ACSO says the female was able to fight off the male and escaped in her vehicle.
The male was described as a white, stocky build, approximately 40 to 50 years of age, 6'2" in height, 225 pounds, with dark hair and a bushy mustache. The male may have sustained injuries.
The male suspect’s vehicle was described as a newer full size diesel pickup, white in color, with possibly having aftermarket custom rims.
IF you have any information please contact the Alpine County Sheriff’s Office at 530-694-2231.