LCSO arrests man impersonating law enforcement in a Bentley

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Lee County Sheriff’s Office says they arrested a man who was impersonating a law enforcement officer when he was driving his 2009 Bentley recklessly with police sirens and lights to maneuver around traffic.

According to LCSO, Christopher Duluk, 30, was arrested after complaints of him recklessly driving his Bentley with sirens and lights on top, and he even attempted to pull over a vehicle before speeding off when the driver pulled over to the side of the road.

During the investigation, deputies discovered that Duluk’s Bentley had a yellow State of Florida license plate attached to it.  The license plate also contained a license plate frame, which was equipped with several LED police-style lights.  Duluk is not a state employee, and he is not authorized to operate any state vehicles or be in possession of a State of Florida license plate.

Photo via LCSO

Detectives obtained a felony arrest warrant for Duluk, which includes the criminal charge of Falsely Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer.

Duluk’s Bentley was also seized by detectives.

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