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Police report Alabama man may have pulled over Tennesseans while impersonating an officer

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Middle Tennessee law enforcement agency has arrested a man who may have stopped residents while impersonating a police officer.

The Fayetteville Police Department (FPD) reports 18-year-old Logan Martin of Harvest, Alabama had applied with the Limestone County Sheriff's Office in that state for a corrections position.

A tipster informed the department he had stolen blue lights from a police vehicle and was stopping motorists. The officers interviewed Martin and and obtained a search warrant for his vehicle. Inside, they found dash cameras, blue emergency lights, and a police radio among other items.

Martin confessed to impersonating a peace officer and is believed to have stopped drivers in Lincoln, Jackson, and Madison Counties.

He was driving a white two door 2008 Toyota Solara with blue lights on the front and back. Police are asking anyone in the midstate who may have been pulled over by Martin to call Fayetteville PD at 931-438-7771.

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