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Alleged police impersonator indicted in 3rd case, in Epping
Heath attempted to pull over a 36-year-old woman at the intersection of Routes 125 and 27 by brandishing a police badge, according to an indictment and other court records.
Police say that Heath pulled over the women on Aug. 29 in Stratham and Sept. 8 in Hampton.
Hampton police arrested Heath shortly after he pulled over a woman in their town along Route 101 east near Route 1 about 10:03 p.m.
The woman was suspicious of Heath and asked for the motor vehicle stop to be done at the police station, court records say. Heath then got in his car, turned around and drove off, prompting the woman to call Hampton police, according to a police report.
Police say that Heath used a badge and blue lighting in his 2005 Buick Century to stop women driving on area roads.
The car bears the vanity plate DFIANT.
Stratham police searched Heath's vehicle on Sept. 11 and found "several sexual items" including condoms and packets of lubrication, according to Hampton police Det. Christopher Gilroy.
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