Connecticut man impersonated officer, robbed pizza delivery man: police

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DANBURY, Conn. — A Connecticut man is accused of pretending to be a police officer and robbing a pizza delivery man.

Police say 37-year-old Damian Davis, of Danbury, is charged with impersonating an officer, breach of peace, larceny and related crimes.

Police responded to Davis’ apartment Saturday evening after the delivery man reported that he was robbed.

The delivery man said that Davis was angry because the pizza was late and told him he didn’t have to pay, according to police. Davis then allegedly then pointed to a handgun in a holster on his hip and told the delivery man he was a police officer.

Damian was released on bond. He’s scheduled to appear in court July 20.

A message left at a phone number listed for Davis wasn’t immediately returned Monday to the Associated Press.