The fake cop that is pulling over drivers in Floyd County and other areas struck again this past weekend, posing as an unmarked police car with a blue light on his sun visor to stop a car during the daytime.
The phony officer, driving what has been described as a Ford Mustang or a Toyota Camry, has stopped at least 10 drivers in the county and has also been reported pulling the same stunt in Montgomery and Grayson Counties.
Drivers are advised that if an unmarked car with a blue light on the sun visor tries to stop them, they should drive, within speed limits, to the Sheriff’s Office in Floyd or the nearest police station if in another area.
Another option is to drive to a near area where people are gathered, like a convenience store.
In Floyd County, one state trooper drives an unmarked navy blue Chevy Impala while the Sheriff’s Department has a black Chevy and a white Ford Crown Victoria as unmarked vehicles. No Camrys or Mustangs for either department.