Police Impersonator Rape Did Not Happen: Sheriff
Kendall County Sheriff's police said Thursday that no sexual assault nor police imposter were involved.
A 33-year-old Sandwich woman was not raped at gunpoint by a police imposter, Kendall County Sheriff's Police announced on their Facebook page.
"The Kendall County Sheriff's Office is cancelling the community alert concerning the reported police impersonator that allegedly sexually assaulted a woman on Griswold Springs Road in unincorporated Plano," the post stated. "The crime did not occur. The investigation into the incident will continue."
The sheriff's office posted the information about 6:45 p.m. Thursday, about two days after the woman claimed she was pulled over on Griswold Springs Road about 0.25 miles west of Little Rock Road outside Plano.
The Kendall County State's Attorney's Office is reviewing the case, according to a news release. Sheriff's police said they determined there was no assault or police impersonator involved, the news release states.
The woman had told police a uniformed man driving a blue car with flashing red and blue lights pulled her over, threatened her with a gun and forced her into a cornfield, where he beat and raped her.