Man charged with impersonating police officer at UPMC Hanover Hospital

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A male was charged with impersonating an authorities officer at UPMC Hanover (Pa.) Hospital, according to the York Daily Record..

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Authorities charged Mr. King Aug. 24. He faces one count of impersonating a public servant.

On Aug. 19, George Calvin King III, allegedly went into UPMC Hanovers emergency situation space dressed in an uniform shirt and stated he was a police officer. A healthcare facility employee reported a suspicious individual to authorities..

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Morgan Haefner –
Monday, August 31st, 2020

The employee said she recognized Mr. King as a previous ER visitor, according to documents cited by the Record.