Anne Arundel County Man Charged With Impersonating Police Officer
HANOVER, Md. (WJZ) — An Anne Arundel County man is behind bars–charged with impersonating a police officer.
Authorities say Jack Chandler, 20, pulled up next to a woman on Dorsey Road in Hanover, displaying a silver badge and yelling at her through the window.
He then pulled ahead of the victim–who was actually an off-duty police officer–slamming on his brakes and changing lanes.
Eventually, the woman was able to pull off the road.
She was later able to identify Chandler as the suspect in a photo lineup.
Other Local News:
- Baltimore Jury Awards $2M In Lead Paint Case
- Extra Security Measures Added After White House Breach
- Police Turn To Surveillance Video In Search For Missing Md. Toddlers
- 2 Alleged Gang Members Arrested In Double Murder That Killed Shock Trauma Worker
- New Multi-Million Exhibit Brings Zoo Guests Closer To The Penguins