Police identify woman accused of impersonating officer, robbing victim in Georgetown bank parking lot

Police identify woman accused of impersonating officer, robbing victim in Georgetown bank parking lot
Jacqueline Leycock (Source: Georgetown County Sheriff's Office)

GEORGETOWN, S.C. (WMBF) – A woman faces charges in connection to a robbery that took place in a Georgetown bank parking lot.

According to information from the Georgetown Police Department, officers were called around 7 p.m. Sunday to the T.D. Bank parking lot on Front Street in reference to a strong-armed robbery.

The suspect identified themself as a law enforcement officer to the victim and asked for her driver’s license, authorities said. The alleged robber then reached into the woman’s vehicle and demanded money, taking $80 from her wallet, a press release stated.

On Monday, Georgetown police served warrants on Jacqueline Leycock in connection to the case.

Leycock had already been arrested on Sunday on other unrelated charges.

She now faces additional charges of strong-armed robbery and impersonation of a law enforcement officer.

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