Man de­tained for swin­dling women

China Daily (USA) - - CHINA -

A mi­grant worker from Chongqing, sur­named Feng, was re­cently de­tained for pos­ing as a po­lice­man in Xi­a­men city. Feng, 45, pre­tended to be a de­tec­tive last year, us­ing coun­ter­feit po­lice uni­forms, badges, hand­cuffs and a toy pis­tol which he bought from a street ven­dor. He used his fake iden­tity to de­velop re­la­tion­ships with sev­eral lo­cal women. His il­le­gal act was un­cov­ered in Au­gust af­ter a mid­dle-aged woman, sur­named Yin, re­ported to Xi­a­men po­lice that her de­tec­tive friend, later found to be Feng, had dis­ap­peared af­ter tak­ing 15,000 yuan ($2,250) from her for “ar­rang­ing for her son to at­tend a school in Xi­a­men”. Feng was caught ear­lier this month, and an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the case is on­go­ing, lo­cal po­lice said. fi­nances to feed the dog, which was more than 1me­ter long and about 80 cm tall. The dog be­came ag­gres­sive to­ward Fang and bit him in an at­tack that lasted about 20 min­utes. Fang’s neigh­bors tried to beat the dog off him, but Fang asked them to stop. They then called the po­lice, who ar­rived and shot the dog dead. Fang was said to be in a semi­con­scious con­di­tion af­ter be­ing sent to the hos­pi­tal. worth more than 11,000 yuan ear­lier this month and ques­tioned him over the use of do­nated funds. Wang said he bought the car with loans from fam­ily mem­bers to use as a taxi in or­der to raise his fam­ily, adding that the do­nated funds were used for treat­ment of his con­di­tion.

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