The suspect being sought for a string of police impersonation incidents is showing some of the same characteristics exhibited by sex offenders.
That's according to Sangamon County Sheriff Neil Williamson.
Calling in live to 970 WMAY's Kramer Show Monday (mp3 link), Williamson says whoever is responsible is trying to assert control over women.
The sheriff notes that all of the local incidents have targeted young females driving alone late at night.
He says that attempt to dominate women is proof of the urgent need to catch the suspect quickly... before the incidents escalate.
Two composite schetches of the cop imposter suspect by the ATF, provided by the Sangamon County Sheriff's office