Man faces charges of impersonating a police officer
RADFORD (WSLS 10) - A man was arrested for impersonating a police officer, said Radford City Police. Police said the incident happened on September 23 when an individual impersonating a police officer attempted to stop an off duty Radford City Police Officer, in his personal vehicle, near the Green Hill Apartment Complex in Radford, VA.
The off-duty officer stated that a vehicle activated blue and red lights in the front windshield. Thinking the vehicle belonged to the Radford University Police Department the off-duty officer pulled over authorities said. The impersonating vehicle then quickly sped around him and traveled West on New River Road. Officials said the off duty officer contacted RCPD communications, advising the vehicle was now located on Stockton Street. The driver of the vehicle was arrested without incident and charged with impersonating a police officer and reckless driving.
The offender in this incident, is identified as Christopher Bryce Kuehn. Police said he was driving a 2014 Black Chevrolet Camaro, with Blue and Red Lights in the front windshield. Mr. Kuehn was incarcerated under a $1,000 bond and held at New River Valley Regional Jail.
If you are uncertain the vehicle stopping you is a Radford City Police Officer, citizens are advised to call 911 and travel to
well populated area before pulling over.
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