ANNAPOLIS - A frantic call from a 26-year-old woman led to the arrest of a police impersonator in Anne Arundel County, police say.
The woman called police around 6:40 Friday night after she was involved in a minor fender bender with a white work van on Forest Drive. The driver of the van, later identified as 47-year-old Kevin Hall of Annapolis, flashed a badge and told her to pull over. She refused and he began following her. When both were stopped at Tyler Avenue and Bay Ridge Avenue he got out and approached her car displaying a badge.
The woman called 911 and kept driving with Hall pursuing in the van. As police approached, he quickly got out and tried to flee. When police caught up with him he identified himself as a federal agent. Police found handcuffs and a badge inside the van.
Hall has a lengthy arrest record with the Annapolis Police Department. He was arrested and charged with three counts of impersonating a police officer, an alcohol violation and several traffic offenses.
He is being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center on $110,000 bond. If anyone believes they may have been approached by Kevin Hall contact Annapolis police 410-268-9000 ext. 5765.