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Morgan Hill: Man arrested on cop impersonation charge

MORGAN HILL — A 34-year-old man was arrested in Morgan Hill on Tuesday on suspicion of weapons violations and impersonating a law enforcement officer, police said.
Tipped off to the alleged crimes on March 8, Morgan Hill police determined the suspect, identified as Daniel Jacob Korsunsky, was staying at a residence on Fountain Oaks Drive.
Officers went to the home on Tuesday, but Korsunsky wasn’t there. After obtaining a warrant, the officers searched the residence and allegedly found a cache of weapons and accessories.
Police did not disclose how many weapons and accessories were seized, but a photo accompanying a news release Wednesday showed a rifle, two handguns, multiple magazines, a tactical vest with a badge pinned to it, a holster, a gun sight, gloves and a gun bag.
Korsunsky returned home while officers were searching the home. He was arrested and booked into Santa Clara County jail for weapons violations and a charge of impersonating a law enforcement officer.


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