Florida man arrested after using a Bentley to impersonate police
Bye, bye Bentley
Deputies in Lee County Florida have arrested a man after they say he used a Bentley adorned with lights and a siren to pull over at least one motorist and intimidate others.
Detectives began investigating and discovered the man’s 2009 Bentley had a yellow State of Florida license plate attached to it. The license plate also contained a license plate frame and the car was equipped with several LED police-style lights. Officials said the man used the lights and siren to get through traffic and tried to conduct at least one traffic stop.
Detectives executed a search warrant for the car and located a speed measurement device similar to what is commonly used by law enforcement. Detectives also observed police-style antennas mounted on the Bentley. Christopher Ted Duluk was arrested, and the Bentley was seized.
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