INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indianapolis Metropolitan police officers are looking for a man after a woman says he pretended to be a police officer and was trying to speak with her inside her home.
Witnesses describe the man, who went by the name Dewey, as 6'4" with a medium build and white hair. He is believed to be in his 50s and was driving A green Ford four door passenger car.
According to a report, a woman told police the man was in his car in front of her home when she pulled into her driveway in the 3900 block of Walcott Street Tuesday afternoon.
The man identified himself as a retired police officer and said he needed to speak with her inside her home and asked if anyone else was inside. She asked the man to see his identification and he flashed a golden colored badge. She told the man she didn't recognize the badge and was going to call police. The man then got back in his vehicle, shook his finger at her and told her to "leave William alone."
In court documents filed Monday afternoon, 20-year-old Jacob McDaniel was officially charged with reckless homicide and pointing a firearm in the shooting death of a Noblesville teen.
Sunday night, Johnson County officers were called to a Whiteland home, when a woman called to say she was being attacked by her 18-year-old grandson.
Work began in the old Indianapolis City Hall on Monday morning.