By Brenda Sommer
A Corsicana man who told police he was beaten while being robbed by the occupants of a car who pulled him over with police-type emergency lights Feb. 11 is no longer aiding Mexia police investigators.
Jacob Harrison, 20, of Corsicana called police from a Mexia laundrymat late last Thursday, where officers found him bleeding from several cuts to his face, and one eye nearly swollen shut. He told officers he'd been driving when the car behind him, which was dark-colored and looked like a police car, turned on flashing strobe lights.
Believing the car was a police car, Harrison pulled on to the shoulder and stopped, and was approached by a man wearing sunglasses and with a buzz haircut, who said he was a police officer.
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