|Published:||Feb 18, 2013 3:05 PM EST|
|Updated:||Feb 18, 2013 5:48 PM EST|
NAPLES, Fla. - Deputies arrested 19-year-old Ryan Schulze and 18-year-old Matthew Davis, on Sunday for allegedly impersonating the police.
According to the arrest report, a real officer at the Coastland Center Mall, heard an emergency siren, but didn't see any emergency vehicles in the area.
That's when he spotted a tan pick-up truck, with the pair inside, following closely behind a woman in an orange Pontiac, through the parking lot near Dillard's.
An emergency siren was blaring and a red and blue light was flashing. It all looked legitimate, but it turns out, the officer saw the passenger, Matthew Davis, in the truck "holding a red and blue flashing light in the front window of the vehicle."
The officer continued to follow the pick-up truck that was still tailing the Pontiac. The report said when the officer pulled the truck over, the driver, Ryan Schulze, said he and Davis were "just messing around and admitted to trying to pull the other vehicle over."
The officer found a marijuana pipe in their truck. Both teens were arrested for allegedly impersonating a police officer and improper use of blue lights. Matthew Davis is also charged with possession of marijuana.
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