Video: Mich. Man Impersonates Cop
March 25, 2013
VIDEO: Mich. Man Impersonates Cop
A Michigan man has been charged with two counts of impersonating a public officer, after he presented a 1960s Buena Vista Township Police badge at a 7-Eleven and local bar.
Thomas Coon, 52, was arrested Thursday at the Grand Central Station bar in Saginaw, after he asked a patron to buy him a beer when his credit card was declined.
Police confiscated a 1960s Buena Vista patrolman's badge, which the man said he stole from his girlfriend. The girlfriend's father was a retired officer with the department, reports MLive.
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Bob@Az. @ 3/25/2013 6:53 PM
Want to bet thats his "EX" girlfriend? Good picture of a real pos. Blues, Stay Safe.
Marshal Fine @ 3/27/2013 7:36 AM
wonder is he'll use an old state convict ID when he' s in prison for some jail 'cred??? .........ehhhhhh... maybe not... what a duffus!
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