A Georgia lady who had been knocking on doorways claiming to be with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been arrested for impersonating an official, in keeping with police.
Tracy Lynn Allen, 54, was arrested Thursday, Cobb County Jail information present.
On March 10, Allen started knocking on doorways in a single neighborhood in Cobb County, in keeping with FOX 5 Atlanta. A Ring doorbell digicam on one of many homes captured her, saying she was with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. She additionally was heard in the course of the late-night encounter asking for an individual who didn’t reside on the residence.
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“Tell them Tracy Allen with the GBI is looking for them,” she was heard saying by means of the doorbell digicam.
The household at that residence stated additionally they observed what gave the impression to be a gun holster tucked into the waistband of her pants.
Cobb County Police Sgt. Wayne Delk instructed FOX 5 Atlanta that police, together with undercover officers, will all the time have some type of identification on them.
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Dallas Police stated additionally they warned different regulation enforcement businesses within the space after being knowledgeable that Allen had posted a menace on social media towards some businesses in Cobb County.
The motivation behind Allen pretending to be with the GBI is unclear.
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Allen was booked into the Cobb County Adult Detention Center on felony impersonating a public official or worker. Her bond was set at round $3,000.