Corrections officer gets jail for impersonating cop
A Calif. correctional officer posed as a police officer when he pulled over a driver
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
GLENDORA, Calif. — A San Bernardino County Probation Correctional Officer will be spending the next two years in state prison for pretending to be a police officer.
Jane Robison, spokeswoman for the District Attorney's Office, said Douglass Leon Weaver, 44, pleaded no contest on Aug. 16 to false imprisonment, impersonating a police officer, first degree burglary with a person present and assault by a public officer.
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