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Accused police impersonator from Newmarket hopes to make plea deal
If Heath strikes a plea deal in the lower court, then he would likely be able to avoid felony charges and possible state prison time.
Last Tuesday, Heath was given a 30-day continuance to put off his probable cause hearing so that his public defender can explore a possible plea deal.
Stratham police said a woman reported that she was driving along Route 108 on Aug. 29 when a man pulled up alongside her car, waved a badge and motioned for her to pull over.
"During the interview, Heath admitted to showing a badge at a subject in Stratham and telling them to pull over," Epping police Detective Sean Gallagher said in a sworn affidavit.
"The subject was waving the badge in her direction and motioning for her to pull her car over," Gallagher said in the affidavit.
Heath was driving a green 2005 Buick Century when he pulled up to the woman. She noticed the car registration was a New Hampshire veteran plate with a vanity registration that read DEFIANT, according to the affidavit.
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