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    Police: Fake Cop Tried To Pull Over Officer

    A security guard has been arrested after pulling over an undercover police officer.

    Dalton police said James Smith of Dalton attempted to pull over the police officer just after 10 p.m. Tuesday night along Shugart Road.

    Police said Smith had rigged his white Crown Victoria with a strobe light system to look like police flashers and also had a “Police Interceptor” icon on the back of the car.

    Smith attempted to pull over the police officer, but the officer kept going and called 911, according to police.

    Then, officers said, Smith pulled up next to the undercover officer’s car and tried to nudge him in an attempt to get the officer to pull over.

    According to police, that’s when Smith realized he knew the officer and turned off his lights.

    Investigators said the officer followed Smith into a gas station and waited for police to show up to take Smith into custody.

    Police said Smith was wearing clothes similar to what police officers wear when they are training.

    He also had a Glock pistol in a holster on his belt, a spare ammunition magazine, handcuffs in a
    holster and his security badge, according to police.

    Dalton police have charged Smith with impersonating a law enforcement officer and impersonating a public officer or employee.

  • #2
    dang the bad luck
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    • #3
      I would have thrown in ADW-auto as well.
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      • #4
        This is hilarious.

        Of course the car he chooses to pull over has an undercover officer in it.
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        • #5
          It just makes you wonder what kind of crap the guy got away with already ?
          Just pay your dues, and be quiet :-)


          • #6
            I never really believed that guys like this existed until I got on and met a few.


            • #7
              Friggin' awesome. Police impersonators are getting bold these days. They are doing PITs now on cars that run from them lmao.


              • #8
                I heard of an old man in bucks county that used to pull people over and give them citations. Then the police department would get a check for a citation that didn't exist lol.
                “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.”

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                • #9
                  He would also be going for ADW here for using his car to 'nudge' the other one.....

                  friggin tool
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                  • #10
                    The guy looks like a near twin of my head academy training officer. Hair cut and everything.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 913 View Post
                      Friggin' awesome. Police impersonators are getting bold these days. They are doing PITs now on cars that run from them lmao.
                      Many years ago, I was on a traffic stop near town. Just as I'm about to cut the car loose, I see this old Caddy pull up behind me and park. This old guy stumbles (literally) out of the car wearing a black T-shirt with "POLICE" emblazoned on the front and back. He's got a portable scanner in one hand and a pair of handcuffs hanging off his belt. He weaves his way up to me and says, "Don't worry. I've got your back." His speech was slurred so bad, I wasn't completely sure of what he said so I asked him to repeat himself. "I'm your back-up." was his reply.

                      Long story short, I hook the guy for felony OWI, Operating after Revocation, and Impersonation. The Impersonation charge was a THIRD offense for him.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Exodus259
                        Bet you felt safe with him as your back up. Had something went down, I'm sure he would of been great assistance, lol

                        Now that is just plain funny.......no matter who you are. Just visualize it!

                        The comments above reflect my personal opinion as a private citizen, ordinary motorist and all-around good guy.

                        The aforementioned advice should not be construed to represent any type of professional opinion, legal counsel or other type of instruction with regard to traffic laws, judicial proceedings or official agency policy.


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                        • #13
                          I yell "PIKACHU" before I tase someone.


                          • #14
                            Just last night on the 405 N/b on my way home I came across and blakc CV and a white CV driving next to each other, both had spotlights and giant antennas all over the car, no markings and no exempt tags. The white one had a giant arrowstick in the back window, black on all tinted out.

                            A car went to pass the black car at about 5 over and he lit up rear corner stobes, the car slowed and he turned them off. Now for those of you familiar with the LA area agencies, most use simple blue/ yellow lights in the left corner of the rear in umarked cars so the corner strobes only looked odd. After a few miles the black CV did this a few more times when cars were going to pass him. I called the station and had them run the plats on both CV's. Both returned to a local SECURITY company. I made sure the desk officer made a phone call to the company to let them know.

                            HAven't talked to the desk guy yet to hear a dispo but if he didn't get anywhere with it I'm going to send the info to BSIS.
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                            • #15
                              I can't believe he didn't get the agg assault charge for the 'nudging', or at least interference with gov property if the officer was in a gov.
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