Sheriff seeks public’s help in Hemet case

Man arrested may have been impersonating a police officer Photo by Riverside Sheriff’s OfficeJeovanny Landeros ■ Riverside Sheriff’s Office / Contributed Riverside County Sheriff’s investigators are seeking the public’s help in identifying incidents in which a 24-year-old Hemet man may have posed as a police officer as a ruse to commit additional unknown crimes. Officers are investigating past incidents that may have involved Jeovanny Landeros who was arrested Saturday, Aug. 11, for investigation of possessing an assault rifle, possession of ammunition, and child endangerment. In the course of investigating these charges, deputies found that Laneros allegedly was in possession of a law enforcement badge and other equipment used by law enforcement.

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