Speeding Security Guard Claims She’s an Officer

A Columbia woman spent the night in jail after she allegedly told a Spring Hill judge she was a Metro police officer after getting a speeding ticket for going 50 in a 35 mph zone. She is now charged with criminal impersonation.

According to Detective Mike Foster, the 43-year-old woman stood in open court Tuesday and told the judge she was a police officer. But Foster said records indicate she is actually a security guard who is not authorized to carry a gun.

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