Hussein Al-Rehaief charged with impersonating officer
Here's one way you shouldn't try to get out of a ticket. Arlington County police say a 38-year-old Sterling man falsely claimed he was a police officer after being pulled over Saturday night.
According to ARLnow.com, Hussein Al-Rehaief was charged with impersonating an officer and failure to obey a highway sign.
Al-Rehaief was pulled over in the 1000 block of N. Irving Street in Clarendon at 10:38 p.m. Authorities say he told the officer he was a police officer as well and displayed a badge.
It was later determined Al-Rehaief was actually a medical assistant at a doctor's office.
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