Police Arrest Man Accused of Impersonating a Cop in Rancho Cordova

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Shane Jack (Courtesy: Rancho Cordova Police Department)

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RANCHO CORDOVA -- Police said they arrested a man who was allegedly impersonating a police officer.

Shortly before 7 a.m. Sunday, sheriff's deputies and Rancho Cordova police officers were called out to White Rock Road to investigate a suspicious vehicle.

A private security officer who was patrolling the property told law enforcement he confronted a man who displayed a suspicious looking badge to him and identified himself as a peace officer. The security officer called police because he didn't think the badge was real.

Officers found Shane Jack, 46, sitting in his vehicle with a woman in the parking lot of a business complex. Officers searched Jack's vehicle and found a replica firearm, walkie-talkie, flashlights, handcuffs, a fake government license plate and a fake badge.

The suspect was booked into custody for charges of impersonating a peace officer and unlawfully altering an imitation firearm.

Jack's vehicle, a grey Toyota Tundra, was towed.

Anyone who has information about the suspect is asked to call the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department at (916) 874-5115.

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