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Man arrested for impersonating firefighter

 

Maher, 30, was arrested this morning for im
Maher, 30, was arrested this morning for impersonating a firefighter. He is currently being held at Larimer County Jail, pending setting of bond

Police arrested 30-year-old Michael Stillman Maher this morning after he was found this morning, driving in a vehicle with a stolen government liscense plate in the High Park fire area.

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According to a press release, Maher possessed false firefighter credentials when contacted by a wild land fire chief last night. Maher was last seen driving a silver Toyota Tacoma leaving the fire area at about 10:30 last night.

Police later located Maher at a bar in Laporte.

While the Toyota was registered to Maher, police traced the stolen liscense plate to Glenwood Springs. Police also discovered stolen property inside the vehicle along with a firearm.

Maher is currenlty at Larimer County Jail, pending the setting of bond.

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