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OKC Police Arrest Woman Claiming To Be Police Officer

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Mug shot of Brandi Ball. Mug shot of Brandi Ball.

Police arrest a woman for posing as a police officer.

Police say it all started when 25-year-old Brandi Ball didn't pay her cab fare Wednesday evening. The cab driver told police he took her to six different places ending at Walmart located at 1801 Belle Isle Blvd. in Oklahoma City.

When it was time to pay up, police say Ball didn't have the money and had an employee inside Walmart call an ambulance. When paramedics arrived, Ball told them the cab driver was harassing her.

They told her she needed to pay the driver, and that's when she told them that her brother is a police officer and he told her not to pay. Then she went on to say she too, was a police officer.

Later, she told police she was in the police academy but then admitted that she was interested in applying to be an officer.

Ball was arrested and booked into the Oklahoma County jail.

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