Police: Suspect impersonated officer

Man arrested with illegal weapons

This photo from Morgan Hill Police Department shows some of the weapons and other equipment officers confiscated March 12 from the Fountain Oaks Drive home where suspect Daniel Jacob Korsunsky was living.

Police arrested a 34-year-old man who had been reported for impersonating a law enforcement officer with a cache of weapons in Morgan Hill recently, according to police.

Morgan Hill Police received a tip March 8 about the man’s suspicious behavior and possible possession of illegal weapons, reads a press release from MHPD.

Officers investigated, and learned the suspect, identified as Daniel Jacob Korsunsky, was living at a residence on Fountain Oaks Drive in Morgan Hill, police said. On March 12, officers attempted to contact Korsunsky at the residence, but he was not at home. The residence was secured by officers until a search warrant was obtained.

While police were searching the home, Korsunsky arrived and was arrested without incident, police said. He was booked at Santa Clara County Jail on suspicion of multiple felony weapons violations and one count of impersonating a law enforcement officer.

Officers confiscated a number of weapons and accessories during the search of Korsunsky’s residence. A photo of some of the contraband, released by MHPD, shows at least three firearms, several ammunition magazines, tactical gear and a badge resembling law enforcement credentials were taken from the home.

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