OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The state medical examiner's office says no
disciplinary action is expected against an investigator whose son
allegedly used his father's work car to impersonate police.
Spokeswoman Cherokee Ballard says investigator Leroy Johnson was
out of town and had left the car keys in his home when his son - James Johnson - took the car.
Leroy Johnson was initially identified as a deputy medical examiner.
James Johnson was arrested Friday in Ardmore after callers to 911 reported they were pulled over by a man driving a car marked "medical examiner."
Police say they went to Leroy Johnson's home where his son admitted he had been driving his father's state car.
James Johnson was arrested on several complaints, including impersonating an officer.
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