Officer impersonator assault did not happen
August 9, 2012 (PLANO, Ill.) (WLS) -- There is a new development on a sexual assault by a police impersonator, as investigators now say it never happened and they've canceled the alert.
A 33-year old woman told police she was stopped Tuesday night in incorporated Plano by a man driving a Ford Crown Victoria with flashing lights.
She claimed the man forced her out of car at gunpoint.
The woman has not been charged but the Kendall County State's Attorney will review the matter.
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