Perry Co. man accused of impersonating first responder

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A Perry County man was arrested for allegedly impersonating first responders at an emergency scene.

David Templin, 31, faces charges of impersonation of a public servant, interference with law enforcement, and other charges.

Tell City Police said Templin allegedly approached police responding to a fight on Saturday claiming to be a first responder who heard radio traffic.

He allegedly then entered a home, which was part of a crime scene, but Perry County EMS told police that Templin was never a certified first responder.

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(This story was originally published on March 6, 2018)

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