He was in his early twenties and living at home with his parents in a city of about a million people. His name was Dennis Lobshaw. Dennis was a lazy pudgy man who cheated his way through high school. He lacked any motivation to get a job or to go to university, so all he would do is sit at home and watch police and detective shows. But there was one thing that he was good at and that was the field of electronics, but even that was too much work for him to get a job in the field.
Then one day he heard on the radio that there was going to be a police auction of repossessed cars and outdated police cruisers. He decided to head out to the auction to see if he could pick himself up a cheap used vehicle because his current vehicle was ready for the scrapyard.
That day at the auction he walked around the yard looking at the cars and he found something that caught his eye. It was a black Ford four door sedan with tinted windows and black wheels. It was a former police ghost car. He decided that this was the car he was going to purchase. That afternoon he bought the car for a measly 2000 dollars and drove away a happy man.
As he drove home he felt like a new man, like an undercover cop. He loved the looks he was getting from people in other cars and pedestrians that were walking down the street. This was what he really wanted in life. To pretend to be a cop.
The next day he bought a black jacket and pants and buzzed his hair to look like a cop. Everywhere he went he got attention which he adored. He then bought a replica 9mm handgun and put it on his hip. Nobody challenged him for not being a cop and even cops in uniform gave him the nod.
Unemployed and nothing to do Dennis would only go out at night and follow people in his car. With his knowledge of electronics he was able to rig up police lights on his car and would flash them to go through red lights and to make u-turns.
Then one night he saw a robbery in progress and jumped out of his car and pointed his gun at the robber and told him to freeze. The robber quickly dropped to his knees and put his hands behind his neck. He then handcuffed the man and proceeded to beat the suspect over the head with his billy club. He then kicked the suspect a few times before he took him down to the police station.
Dennis stood in line with the robber to have him booked. When his turn was up Dennis flashed the sergeant his fake badge and the sergeant asked him who he was and what had happened to the suspect.
Dennis was then charged with assault and impersonating a police officer.