Washington Post Employee Arrested On Charges Of Impersonating ICE Agent - Weapons And Tactical Gear Recovered At Home

Washington Post employee Itai Ozderman, 35, was arrested after his Gaithersburg, MD home was raided by Montgomery County Police on February 22nd at around 6 a.m, according to court documents. Ozderman is charged with impersonating an ICE officer on several occasions throughout Falls Church, VA.
When the warrant was served on Feb. 22 at Ozderman's home in the 100 block of Elmira Lane, court documents say 10 weapons, including handguns, assault rifles, and a shotgun, were recovered.

Sources tell ABC7's Kevin Lewis that Ozderman impersonated an ICE officer throughout Falls Church, Va. on more than one occasion. According to sources, Ozderman would 'patrol' while wearing a bullet proof vest with an ICE placard and a Baltimore County police badge. -WJLA
Ozderman, an I.T. engineer at the Washington Post, is currently out on bond. No word on whether this alleged #FakeAgent is still employed with one of the original MSM outlets responsible for the term #FakeNews permeating the public lexicon.