OVIEDO, Fla. - A 16-year-old male accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer and carrying a concealed weapon without a permit will have his first appearance before a judge Sunday morning.
According to an arrest affidavit, it was a deputy who first spotted the teen driving on Old Lockwood Road in Oviedo on Saturday afternoon.
That deputy saw the teen driving an unmarked, silver Chevy Impala, which is often used by law enforcement agencies and had law enforcement lights on the front and back of the vehicle.
The deputy pulled the car over and found the car was full of law enforcement equipment, including blue lights that were wired in the car, a loaded firearm with a bullet in the chamber and a handcuff key. The teen also wore a shirt with the word "police" on it.
Local 6 went to the teen's home, but no one answered the door.
It's not clear why the teen was driving the car or had a loaded firearm without a permit, but he will face a judge Sunday morning. He is currently at the Seminole Juvenile Detention Center.
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