More Alleged Victims Come Forward In Case Of Man Accused Of Impersonating An ICE Agent
PORT JEFFERSON STATION, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) - More alleged victims have come forward in the case against David Bradley, a Long Island man accused of impersonating an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent.
WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall with the story
Bradley, 39, is now alleged to have pretended to be an ICE agent on five separate occasions, WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reported.
Authorities said that Bradley drove around with a blue emergency light in his vehicle, stopping drivers and confronting people at shopping centers.
In one incident, Bradley is accused of having pulled over a 19-year-old driver following a road rage incident. Bradley then allegedly kidnapped the driver, who was later released without injury.
“This is a complete shock to everyone that knows of him,” Bradley’s attorney, Anthony Lapinta said.
Bradley, who faces up to 20 years for kidnapping if convicted, has pleaded not guilty to the charges. He is currently being held on $350,000 bond.
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