Man gets 2.5 years for sexual assault, impersonating police

2013-09-16T12:43:00Z Man gets 2.5 years for sexual assault, impersonating policePatrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

A man convicted in Pima County Superior Court in August for sexual assault and impersonating a police officer was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison.

Norman Adrian Alvarez was found guilty at trial of six charges including sexual assault, kidnapping, criminal impersonation and impersonating a police officer.

In two separate incidents in 2012, Alvarez, 22, approached three women telling them he was either a police officer or bounty hunter and had to speak with them about law enforcement issues.

He then groped the women or threatened to arrest them if they didn't have sex with him.

The sentences on the conviction will run concurrently.

Contact reporter Patrick McNamara at 573-4241 or pmcnamara@azstarnet.com. On Twitter @pm929.

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