Florida man arrested for impersonating officer after trying to pull over real cop

Florida man arrested for impersonating officer after trying to pull over real cop


A Florida security guard found himself on the wrong side of the law on Thursday when he was arrested for impersonating an officer, after trying to pull over a real off-duty officer for speeding.

Omar Forde, who was coming home from his job at the time of the incident, told police he was passed by a swerving vehicle, according to Fox News.

“The gentleman flew past me, and his car danced,” Forde said in released footage from a Casselberry officer’s bodycam. “So I thought he might have been intoxicated.”

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Forde attempted to pull alongside the car to tell the off-duty officer, who was later identified as Zachary Prince, to slow down, only to have Prince start flashing his own lights and ask if he was being pulled over.

“Since he’s a policeman himself, he knows about the uniforms and jurisdictions, and he knew it wasn’t a Casselberry or Seminole County or trooper, so he called us right away to

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