NEWS
11/13/2015 15:16 EST | Updated 11/13/2016 00:12 EST

Calgary men charged with impersonating police officers; people pulled over,robbed

CALGARY — Two men are being accused of impersonating Calgary police officers last month.

It started when police were called about several vehicles being pulled over on Oct. 24.

The vehicle had a flashing strobe light, and the officers demanded cash from the drivers.

In the last incident, a person was forced to stop, pulled from his vehicle and robbed.

Matthew Owen Osberg, who is 20, and 24-year-old Tyler Lance Sanderson face charges including “falsely representing themselves to be a peace officer, extortion and robbery."

(CHQR)