When a Michigan Sheriff passed a 'law enforcement' vehicle he was puzzled. It didn't look like any of his patrol cars. Or any other patrol car for that matter.

“Initially, to me, it looked exactly like a police car. It was a police car, it had the push bumpers, a whole light array on the back. It said ‘police interceptor dial 911’ as well as ‘K-9 stay back,'” Bouchard said.

When he got closer to the vehicle he noticed a decal on the side that read, “emergency response.”

“I was like, ‘That’s not a police car. Something weird is going on here,'" he said.

He ran the license and found out it was registered to an individual, not a police department, so he pulled it over.

“He looks at me and says, ‘Who are you?’ And I said, ‘I’m the sheriff. Who are you?'" Bouchard said.

The vehicle was outfitted with fake radar equipment, dispatch computers and there was a loaded 45 caliber Glock pistol sitting on the passenger seat.

The driver was taken into custody for impersonating an officer, and now Bouchard has issued a statement asking if any Oakland County residents have been pulled over by the phony officer.

The Weird thing is, this isn't the first time they've caught a phony cop in that area, check out this story from last fall.