ARNOLD, Md. -
Anne Arundel County Police arrested a man impersonating a police officer early Sunday morning.
Police arrested twenty-three-year-old Zachary Allan Butler around 2:15 a.m Sunday after an officer saw him trying to pull over a Nissan X-Terra near Furnace Branch Road and Point Pleasant Road in Glen B. Butler was driving a black Crown Victoria with flashing red lights on the dash like those commonly used by police.
A quick check through the officer's Mobile Data Computer revealed that the vehicle was a personally owned vehicle and not a police vehicle. Police found a red emergency light and a police scanner in the car.
Butler was arrested and charged with impersonating a police office and driving while intoxicated.
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