(VINCENNES) - Vincennes Police arrested a suspect Thursday afternoon in a police officer impersonation investigation.
Officers arrested 33-year-old Kevin Johnson at Tecumseh-Harrison Elementary School where he apparently had gone to see his children in anticipation of his arrest.
Johnson is accused of passing himself off as a Vincennes University Police Intern Tuesday night at the Campus Habitat Apartments.
Johnson, who was in possession of a handgun and handcuffs, allegedly said he was investigating a noise complaint.
Before real police officers arrived, witnesses said he ran into one of the apartments and jumped out of a third floor window.
Johnson is being held in the Knox County Jail on 25-thousand dollars bond on preliminary charges of Impersonating a Police Officer; Criminal Confinement with a Deadly Weapon; Intimidation with a Weapon and carrying a Handgun with a License.
School officials say Tecumseh-Harrison Elementary School was placed on lockdown shortly after Johnson's arrival.
Suspicious school officials placed him in a waiting area where he did not have access to the school.
Police had Johnson under surveillance at the time and contacted school officials about the situation.
Upon seeing a police officer approached the school building, Johnson gave himself up without incident.
Johnson was not armed at the time.
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