Man Accused Of Stealing Toys From Charity Bin, Impersonating Officer
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man who allegedly took toys out of a Sacramento charity bin and then identified himself as a police officer when confronted by a store employee was arrested Wednesday, police said.
Keith Napier, 49, entered the business in the 5500 block of Stockton Boulevard on Tuesday at about 2 p.m. He reached into the bin of toys that was in the front of the business and removed a book and another toy, Sacramento police said.
He left the business and when confronted by an employee, he identified himself as a Suisun City Police Officer. He placed the stolen toys in his vehicle and fled the scene, police said. The toys were intended to go to a local charity.
Napier was arrested at about 1 a.m. on Wednesday in the 1500 block of Howe Avenue. He’s charged with theft and impersonating a police officer.