2 Fort Campbell soldiers accused of impersonating police

Two Fort Campbell soldiers have been arrested after Clarksville police say they were impersonating police officers.
The Clarksville Police Department says in a Facebook post that Brett Jewell and William Jones were arrested Tuesday on three counts each of criminal impersonation. Both men are Fort Campbell soldiers.
Media outlets report that Clarksville police had received several reports of drivers being pulled over by police impostors with flashing lights, badges and a dispatch radio.
Police say they had identified Jewell and Jones as suspects. A detective brought them in Tuesday for interviews, during which both men confessed.

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