GENEVA CO., AL (WSFA) - A 21-year-old Hartford, Alabama man is in trouble with the law for allegedly pretending to be the law. While the 21-year-old's name has not been released, a picture of his modified Ford Mustang has.
The car was equipped with the flashing blue lights commonly seen on authentic police car.
Alabama State Troopers arrested the Geneva County man Thursday during a traffic stop along Alabama 167 South in the county.
The state trooper noticed the police blue lights displayed in a privately owned vehicle and when he pulled over the silver Mustang, he discovered various law enforcement equipment inside.
The car had front and back blue lights, radar, a handgun, handcuffs, police-type flashlight and a computer.
The subject was arrested and charged with carrying a pistol without a permit. He was transported to the Geneva County Jail.
The case has been turned over to the Geneva County District Attorney for further investigation.
Alabama State Troopers want to know if you've been stopped by the vehicle. If you have, you are asked to contact the District Attorney's office at 334-684-3697.
No further information is available at this time.