Alleged Md. cop impersonator arrested by real officer after guns, ammo, Oxycodone seized
FREDERICK, Md. (ABC7) —
An alleged cop impersonator was arrested by an officer at a gas station and convenience store in Frederick, Maryland.
Police say a gun, shotgun, ammunition, "non-prescription" Oxycodone, and a container of a green powder substance was taken during the arrest.
Dwayne Cohise Sines, 48, of Keymar, Maryland, was charged with handgun on a person, handgun in a vehicle, disorderly conduct, and false statement to a law enforcement officer, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators say on Sept. 22 an officer came in contact with Sines at the High's Gas Station & Convenience Store. Sines was wearing a black shirt, black pants, and a black hat that had "Narcotics" written on the front.
Sines was talking to the officer, who noticed he had a black hat on his truck with "police" written on the front of it and a "police-style badge."
The officer asked Sines to show police identification, and he flipped through his wallet, but couldn't provide it. He was then arrested, according to authorities.