POLICE: NJ MAN IMPERSONATED SOLDIER ON VETERANS DAY
A New Jersey man has been arrested for allegedly impersonating a soldier on Veterans Day.
ABC 11 News
November 13, 2015
GALLOWAY TWP., N.J. -- A New Jersey man has been arrested for allegedly impersonating a soldier on Veterans Day.
Michael Porter, 25, of Galloway Township, is charged with Impersonating Military Personnel / Stolen Valor.
He was found dressed in a military uniform in the area of a base near Pomona Road and Atlantic Avenue on Wednesday.
Patrolman Gary Brenner from Galloway Township Police says he recognized Porter as a man who had prior contact with police.
"It was the same exact uniform that active military reserve would be wearing.
He stated that he bought the uniform from Fort Dix along with all of his badges," said Ptl. Gary Brennan.
Department of Corrections records show Porter has served time for eluding police, theft and illegal possession of a weapon among other crimes.
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Saturday, November 14, 2015
New Jersey Man Bought Uniform But Not Honor
The article says that the fraud bought his uniform and badges at Fort Dix but you can't buy anything at a PX (military store) without an ID. How did he do it?