Fake cop stops a car, he finds that it is full of real cops

When we look back on the errors (or even the crimes) that we’ve committed that appear to be too trivial or idiotic, we can’t help but giggle at how foolish we were at the time. If you done it more than once, you’re the one who deserves to be made fun of.

One day, Valiery Portluck, who is 25 years old and lives in Hicksville, New York, posed as a police officer.

He got around in a dark automobile outfitted with flashing emergency lights. He honked his horn in the expectation that the white van in front of him would stop the vehicle and pull over.

In hindsight, it was not the wisest decision.


As he drove closer to the white van and then slowed down to it, the passengers revealed their identities. When Valiery discovered he had stopped the incorrect car, he felt his heart sink to its very core.


There were several Detectives crammed into the van.

However, the law enforcement officers from Nassau County couldn’t have been happier to see him.

They were on the hunt for Valiery at the time.

The North Carolina State Police (NCPD) got information that a guy was posing as a law enforcement officer while driving a dark-colored vehicle. And it appeared as though the mouse fell right into his own trap.

According to the authorities, Valiery made an attempt to flee the scene.

He quickly changed lanes, driving in the opposite way, and then accelerated his car. He didn’t care that he put the lives of other motorists at peril.

He was solely concerned with his current situation.

It was just like watching one of those wild automobile chases on the big screen. After reporting this information to the authorities, the detectives were instructed to search for an impostor cop.


Valiery made it all the way to the Long Island Expressway before the police caught up with him there and arrested him. We could only envision this scene, which would involve real police officers placing a bogus officer under arrest. It is quite funny.


He was charged with three serious offenses.

The charges brought against Valiery include criminal impersonation in the first degree, reckless endangerment in the second degree, and unauthorized fleeing from a law enforcement officer. Additionally, additional offenses for a moving vehicle were added to the charges against him.

His fellow town residents had noticed Valiery in the past.


They had good reason to suspect him.

He was perpetually preoccupied with his automobile. They reported that he spent days working on flashing lights for his car, both blue and red, and fitting them on his vehicle. They can now rest easy knowing that he has been apprehended.

Unfortunately for him, his plan did not work out as he had hoped.

He ended up in jail instead.

This is not the first time that something like this has occurred. There are several tales of people trying to mimic police officers in order to pull over a vehicle, only to find out after the fact that the vehicle in question has an actual officer inside of it.

Yes, this does occur more frequently than you might think.