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Applicant for Limestone sheriff’s position charged with impersonating peace officer

A Harvest teen who went to the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office to apply for a job ended up being charged with impersonating a police officer, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Logan William Martin, 18, of Harvest, on Friday applied for a job as a corrections officer.

“Capt. Tammy Waddell received a tip that Martin had stolen blue lights from the Madison County Career Tech Law Enforcement vehicle, put them in his car, and was stopping cars and impersonating a peace officer,” the Sheriff’s Office said.

When interviewed, Martin confessed to impersonating a peace officer in Limestone County, Madison County, Jackson County, and Lincoln County, Tennessee, the Sheriff’s Office said. A search of his car revealed property of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Huntsville Police Department, including dash cameras, blue emergency lights and a police radio, according to the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office.

Martin was charged with impersonating a peace officer and released from the Limestone County Jail after posting a $2,500 bond.

Martin was driving a white two-door 2008 Toyota Solara with blue lights in the front and back of the vehicle, according to the Sheriff’s Office, which requested that anyone who was pulled over by Martin in the Tennessee Valley area contact Capt. Caleb Durden at 256-232-0111.

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