Man Caught Impersonating Firefighter Now Faces Additional Charges

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NEVADA, Iowa  —  More information has been released about a Nevada man who was caught impersonating a firefighter.

Twenty-seven-year-old Richard Stinson is now facing a fourth charge after police say he impersonated another public official.

Stinson was originally charged with three counts, after pretending to a be a firefighter on multiple occasions.

The most recent charges stem from an incident in November, during which he told employees at a car dealership he was an undercover law enforcement officer, firefighter, and minister.

Stinson is currently being held in the Story County Jail on an $8,500 bond.

 

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