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Video: KY Police Impersonator Arrested After Pulling Over Real Officer

November 03, 2017  | 

VIDEO: KY Police Impersonator Arrested After Pulling Over Real Officer

Officials say a Kentucky man pretending to be a police officer is facing charges after pulling over a real officer, reports the Associated Press.

News outlets cited an arrest warrant in reporting that a Louisville police officer was driving his personal vehicle when 24-year-old Brandon Hurley began driving toward him Saturday with flashing lights and a honking horn. He pulled him over and asked him if he knew how fast he was going.

But when the driver identified himself as a Louisville, KY, police officer, Hurley left.

According to WKRN, the real officer recognized Hurley because they had gone to high school together.


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otj26yrs @ 11/6/2017 7:15 AM

Over the years we have had a few impersonators reported in our area. It has been a career long dream to have one attempt to pull me over and bust him out. In our area it always seems to be females who are stopped. Good job to the the KY officer for getting this guy into the courts

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