Bradford Man Charged with
Impersonating Police Officer

A Bradford man has been charged with impersonating a police officer after allegedly entering and searching the home of some St. Bonaventure University students.

33-year-old Daniel Benner of Derrick Road is accused of going to the home on the evening of August 25 and telling the students he was a Foster Township Police officer looking for a person had illegally provided tattoos.

The students told police he didn't have identification and forced his way into the house. He left after searching the property.

Later, Benner also allegedly told an off-duty Allegany Police officer he was an undercover officer. Officer Tim Peterson did get Benner's license plate number and provided it to Foster Township Police, who helped identify him.

Benner is free on his own recognizance and scheduled to appear in Allegany Town Court on October 6.


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