A Georgia man was arrested for impersonating a police officer after displaying a badge to real police officers and attempting to arrest them.
Shawn Brown was seen walking in the middle of the road last week and disrupting traffic, according to Fox 5 Atlanta.
When Marietta Police officers approached him and tried to speak with him, he pulled out a metal badge with the words “Special Police” displayed on it and told the officers they were under arrest for assaulting an officer.
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Brown even read the officers their Miranda Rights.
But instead of arresting the officers, Brown was the one placed under arrest.
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Brown is charged with impersonating a police officer, obstruction, terroristic threats and giving a false name.
He was booked at the Cobb County Jail.