Suspect who impersonated police arrested

James Charles Williams Jr

According to Sulphur Springs Police Department the suspect that posed a Police Officer in Texarkana and other cities along the Interstate 30 corridor has been captured.

Warrants were obtained by Sulphur Springs Police Department for Impersonating a Police Officer and Theft for James Charles Williams Jr, 46, of Little Rock, Arkansas.

Sulphur Springs Police say that Williams was arrested on those warrants Thursday in Little Rock, Arkansas by U.S. Marshalls and Little Rock Police.

Multiple people in the Texarkana area reported the suspect for impersonating police and attempting to get people to pay a fine to him.

“It was a combined effort with all agencies involved, to get Williams identified and arrested,” said Lt. Rusty Stillwagoner with Sulphur Springs Police. “Thanks to all the agencies involved for their hard work and cooperation. Kudos to Det. Spencer, with Greenville PD, for getting the intelligence meeting together and providing the avenue for the constant flow of information.”

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