‘Once again, a traffic stop proves you never know what you are going to see’


After a state trooper pulled over a driver Wednesday he thought could be making an attempt to impersonate police, he decided the person’s solely infraction was rushing.

The trooper “came across this beauty,” a Chevrolet Caprice with a police gentle bar on its roof, on I-495 north in Raynham through the night commute, state police mentioned in a Fb put up. The automobile was touring 96 mph, and the trooper was involved that the sunshine bar made the automobile seem like a police automotive, in keeping with police.

The sunshine bar, although, wasn’t practical and had clear lenses, not blue ones. The motive force, a 57-year-old Mansfield man, instructed the trooper he purchased it at a used automotive dealership’s public sale.

There was no proof that the person was making an attempt to impersonate a police officer, the put up mentioned, however he was fined $315 for rushing.

The trooper additionally notified Mansfield police that the automotive is of their city.

“Once again, a traffic stop proves you never know what you are going to see,” the put up says.


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