Man Impersonating a Police Officer Pulls Over a Real Cop

Man Impersonating a Police Officer Pulls Over a Real Cop

While you adjust to the fact that we're now in 2014, let us give you one last bit of weird news from Florida in 2013. Police in Tampa arrested a man on Sunday for impersonating a police officer. Jonathan Charles Stevens is accused of using red and blue flashing lights on his Chevy Tahoe to pull over an actual cop so he could alert him of a reckless driver. Stevens carried a badge and gun, and claimed to be an officer of the Department of Homeland Security

Stevens eventually admitted he wasn't an officer of any sort. He's being charged with impersonating a police officer, unlawful use of blue lights and carrying a concealed firearm. As if that wasn't crazy enough, this is the second time homeboy's been charged with impersonating an officer. In September Stevens was caught pulling over a woman with the same Tahoe. 

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[via Orlando Sentinel]

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