Man Posing as Officer Arrested at Galleria: Police

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    A 22-year-old man is accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer at Galleria Dallas on Friday evening. Dallas Police Department told NBC DFW that Leadarius Johnson is being held at the Dallas County Jail on a charge of impersonating a public servant.

    A 22-year-old man is accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer at Galleria Dallas on Friday evening.

    The Dallas Police Department told NBC DFW that Leadarius Johnson is being held at the Dallas County Jail on a charge of impersonating a public servant. His bond is $100,000. He also had other outstanding warrants.

    Fake Officer Suspect Arrested At Galleria

    [DFW] Fake Officer Suspect Arrested At Galleria
    A 22-year-old man is accused of impersonating a law enforcement officer at Galleria Dallas on Friday evening.

    Officers said Johnson was wearing "police gear with no visible insignia" when he was spotted by a real police officer at about 9 p.m.  Friday.

    When questioned, police said Johnson identified himself as a Dallas County Sheriff's Deputy. When pressed for law enforcement credentials, he gave a fake name.

    Impersonating a public servant is a third degree felony, which carries 2-to-10 years in prison if convicted.