Alleged Md. cop impersonator arrested by real officer after guns, ammo, Oxycodone seized

Dwayne Cohise Sines, left, guns, ammunition, right. Monday, Sept. 24, 2018 (Frederick County Sheriff's Office)

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.

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