Fake Cop Tries To Pull Over Real Police Officer A teenager was impersonating an officer, using blue lights. The off-duty police officer suspected the fake cop, so he didn't stop. He did, however, call real police officers.

Fake Cop Tries To Pull Over Real Police Officer

Fake Cop Tries To Pull Over Real Police Officer

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A teenager was impersonating an officer, using blue lights. The off-duty police officer suspected the fake cop, so he didn't stop. He did, however, call real police officers.

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A Virginia driver saw flashing police lights in his mirror, but nothing was what it seemed. A teenager was impersonating an officer using blue lights. Unfortunately, the fake cop had chosen to pull over a real off-duty cop. The real cop suspected the fake cop, so he didn't stop. Instead the off-duty cop called the on-duty police, and the real officers pulled over the fake officer who was trying to pull over the real one.

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