Grapevine, Texas , August 25, 2018
Grapevine Police identified a man accused of impersonating a police officer earlier this summer. 24 year old Raimond Jett Nutz is charged with one count of Impersonate a Public Service, a third degree felony.
On June 26, 2018, at approximately 1:45 a.m., a woman reported being stopped on SH 26 after pulling out of a fast food drive-thru. She described the vehicle as an unmarked white Ford Crown Victoria with flashing red and blue lights on the dash. The woman reported the man was wearing a “baggy uniform” with no identifying marks of weapons.
The man told her she was pulled over for driving five miles over the speed limit, but she could avoid a ticket by paying him money. The woman doubted he was a real officer and ultimately drove off and Called Grapevine Police.
The detective investigating the case immediately sought surveillance video from the area and looked for any other potential witnesses or similar reports of a man posing as an officer. He also questioned several businesses that hire security officers. One of those businesses confirmed a man was working security for them in Grapevine on June 26. After a review of evidence and a photo lineup with the victim, that man was positively identified as the suspect.
An arrest warrant was issued for Raimond Nutz and Crowley Police arrested him on the outstanding warrant on Wednesday, August 15th. He was transported to the Tarrant County Jail and later releaased on a $2,500 bond.
Grapevine Police applaud the victim for trusting her instincts, getting out of this potentially dangerous situation, and immediately reporting the incient to police. Anyone who is stopped by an officer and feels something is wrong should call 911.
Additional Book-Ins at the Grapevine City Jail
Marvine Lee Doleman, Age 49, POB: LA. Listed No Occupation and Not Home address.
Mr. Doleman was arrested, but from his Mug Shot, he must have had a heck of a good time for a while?
However, was arrested by Grapevine Police Officer M. Diciero at 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway and Charge with:
One Count for Possession of a Manual Distribution Instrument to Commit Retail Theft,
Three Counts of Theft of Property between more than $100 less than $750
Four Counts for Theft Under $100.
His illegal shopping spree hit a number of retailers including;
1.) Rue 21 – 3 items of clothes and furs for $135, 1 pair of pants$45, and 2 women’s shirts at $45 each,
2.) Pac-Sun for $301 of misc. clothes
3.) H&M for $45.44 of merchandise
4.)Nike Factory Outlet for misc. clothing worth $127.98
5.) Victoria’s Secret for 3 items worth $11.99 (what 3 items would cost $11.89 in total from this place?
6.) Bath and Body Works, 2 items at $25,00
7.) Forever 21, 1 pair of leggings and 1 T-Shirt for $44.45
The rest of the book-ins from last week are below in PDF