Lindsey Kamin turned herself in Tuesday, a month after officers stopped at her home in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood to ask about a pickup truck that had been doing doughnuts.
WSB-TV reports Kamin let the officers inside, but later claimed she wasn't sure they were real officers. She kicked them out, even after a 911 operator confirmed their identity.
When backup officers asked why she questioned their identity, Kamin said she never saw their guns or badges.
Attorney Noah H. Pines said in a statement that Kamin legitimately believed they were impersonating police officers. She bonded out of jail.
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