A man is charged for posing as a police officer and searching a 14-year-old girl
A chef impersonating a police officer approached a 14-year-old girl on her way back home and searched her clothes.
David Peter Young, 32 years old, will appear at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on Saturday over him posing as a police officer. He will be charged for kidnapping with intent to commit a sexual offense, kidnapping, and impersonating a police officer.
David had approached the girl on her way back from school, the girl said that he was wearing a yellow vest and then he took her to a far place away from the road to search her clothes, he then left her.
The police department reassures the public that this incident is a first of its kind and will not occur again. Keeping in mind that at the beginning of the year Sarah Everard was murdered by a serving police officer.
Sussex police encourage the public to ask the police officers to verify their identity using the police radio to contact the operator when needed.
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