New York man allegedly impersonating a police officer pulls over van of detectives

FOX: A New York man was arrested on Friday after he allegedly tried to pull over a van while pretending to be a police officer except there was reportedly one problem: the van was filled with detectives.

Valiery Portlock, 25, turned on emergency lights and sounded an airhorn in Hicksville, a city on Long Island roughly 30 miles east of New York City, on a roadway Friday morning as he tried to pull over a van, investigators said.

That van was  full of detectives from the Nassau County Police Department’s electronics squad, according to News 12 Long Island. MORE HERE

7 Comments on New York man allegedly impersonating a police officer pulls over van of detectives

  1. “He was released from custody on his own recognizance following an arraignment on Saturday.”

    The Judge must have been fooled by his impersonation of a cop.

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  2. How do you turn someone loose on his own recognizance after being charged with criminal impersonation, reckless endangerment and FLEEING the police???

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  3. In other news, NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill fired Officer Dan Pantaleo for going his job. It’s a sad day for the country’s police. Al Sharpton wins again.

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