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Georgia man impersonating police displays fake badge, tries to arrest real cops

A Georgia man was arrested for impersonating a police officer after he showed a real police officer his badge and tried to arrest him.

According to Fox 5 Atlanta, Sean Brown was seen last week blocking traffic by walking in the middle of the road.

When a Marietta Police Department officer approached him and attempted to speak to him, he pulled out a metal badge that read “Special Police” and told him he was under arrest for assault on a police officer.

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Sean Brown was arrested for impersonating a police officer when he showed his badge to a real police officer and tried to arrest him. (Cobb County Jail)

Brown even read his Miranda rights to the officers.

But instead of arresting the officers, Brown was arrested.

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Sean Brown arrested a Marietta police officer and attempted to read him his Miranda rights. (Marietta Police Department)

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Brown is charged with impersonating a police officer, obstruction, making terroristic threats and giving a false name.

He was booked into the Cobb County Jail.

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