Authorities say an Arizona man impersonating a police officer was arrested after trying to pull over 2 real copsGet the Full StoryShutterstock
44-year-old Matthew Allen Disbro was arrested on charges of impersonating a police officer outside of Phoenix last Wednesday.
The armed security guard had equipped his Dodge Charger with "law enforcement style" police lights and sirens, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety AZDPS .
Disbro allegedly attempted to pull over two state troopers who were on patrol in an unmarked Ford Mustang. When they refused, they said he pulled up alongside to yell and wave at them.
When state troopers Nick Westbrook and Jesse Stradling ran Disbro’s plates, they found his vehicle belonged to a private citizen and not a public agency.
A 44-year-old Arizona security guard was arrested on charges of impersonating a police officer after he attempted to pull over two state troopers driving an unmarked vehicle, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety AZDPS .
Authorities say Matthew Allen Disbro equipped his black Dodge Charger with "law enforcement style" emergency lights to stop officers Nick Westbrook and Jesse Stradling, who were on patrol in a yellow Ford Mustang. When the troopers refused to pull over along Phoenix’s State Route 51, the AZDPS said Disbro drove alongside their vehicle while yelling and waving at them to stop their car.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A diehard Mac user switches to PCSee Also:A burglar allegedly broke into an escape room but he had to call 911 on himself when he couldn't get outAn Illinois police officer resigned after he was filmed ignoring a woman's pleas for help as a man berated her for wearing a Puerto Rico shirt'I kill motherf-----s': A police officer is under investigation after threatening to jail 2 black men for walking in the street