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‘We’re the most corrupt detectives you’ll ever see’: Men charged after allegedly impersonating police officers

Two men accused of posing as police officers and robbing a man and his stepson near Newcastle have been committed for trial.
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Justin Glen Beckingham, 23, and Paul Colvin, 30, are accused of approaching the two men while they were in a car in Heaton Street, Jesmond, on April 14 last year, shining a torch in their eyes, ordering them out of the vehicle, searching them and stealing car keys, a phone and wallet.

Mr Beckingham allegedly told the driver: “Mate it’s like this, we’re the most corrupt detectives you’ll ever see operating out of Sydney and these number plates are known”, court documents state.

The victims told police the driver was repeatedly hit with a metal bar, pushed into the car and grabbed in a bear hug during the alleged robbery.

When neighbours came outside to see what was happening, the men allegedly assuaged them by saying they were undercover police investigating a stolen car.

The pair are alleged to have repeatedly asked the men to hand over the guns and drugs.

“We are undercover detectives from Sydney and we have been looking at this car for a while,” Mr Colvin is alleged to have said. “We are undercover cops but not, if you know what I mean.

“We are dirty. All we want to know is where the guns and drugs are.”

The two men eventually left in a vehicle and the man and his stepson fled on foot.

Mr Beckingham and Mr Colvin, who are both in custody, have been charged with robbery in company and impersonating a police officer.

They will be arraigned in Newcastle District Court on March 24.

Newcastle Herald

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