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Sunday, June 8, 2014

TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A Lake Road, Youngstown woman told Niagara County Sheriff's deputies that Saturday morning a man claiming to be "a police officer" scolded her for not getting out of his way on South Transit Road.

The woman said she was driving south on South Transit Road around 8:30 a.m. when she noticed a gold colored, four-door sedan tailgating her. She then moved from the inside lane to the outside lane to allow the vehicle to pass. The woman said that the vehicle drove even with her and made "gestures" to her.

When she pulled into the NOCO parking lot on South Transit Road, the gold vehicle followed her. A man, who appeared to be in his 50s with gray hair, medium build and wearing glasses, exited his vehicle and began yelling at her, according to the report filed with NCSO.  The man identified himself as a police officer and advised her that she needs to move for emergency vehicles. The unknown man did not give a name of his own, nor an agency name, but only addressed himself as a police officer, however, the gold vehicle did not have any emergency lights or emergency sirens. The man continued to yell at her and stated that he was calling back up.

The woman told patrol that she went into the store and when she came out, the man had blocked in her vehicle. After a few minutes, the man left in an unknown direction.

Patrol will follow up with the manager of NOCO in an attempt to obtain possible security video of the incident.

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