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Denver Operator Charged With Impersonating Police Officer

Posted on January 25, 2012

DENVER -- The owner of a Denver limo company faces charges after prosecutors say he pretended to be a state trooper.

Investigators say Andy Poppenberg’s limo was outfitted with lights and a siren when he called in an accident. He told police a taxi had rear ended him on Interstate 70. Investigators say the accident turned out to be fake.

[FROM LCT: Poppenberg owns Denver Lincoln Limousine. He has been a member of the National Limousine Association since 1988 and a member of the Colorado Limousine Association through 2011].

Article on Andy Poppenberg limo-related arrest here.

Related Andy Poppenberg and Denver limo licenses here.

Source: CBS Denver, Channel 4

 

Related Topics: Colorado operators, limousine regulations, state regulations

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