Man Impersonating a Police Officer Arrested for DUI
Published on 10/15/2010 -
Andrew Novotak, of Delray Beach, was driving a white Crown Victoria with flashing lights when he allegedly pulled over several drivers.
He then asked the motorists if they had drugs or alcohol in their cars and told them to leave if they did not.
After police were notified, they found Novotak wearing a loaded gun and police badge, and in a car with green flashing lights.
They also found a large German Sheppard in the back seat, which he told officers was a police trained dog.
While questioning Novotak, officers allegedly smelled alcohol on his breath and arrested him on suspicion of DUI and impersonating a police officer.
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