Enforcement agents with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) arrested a Lake Charles man for allegedly impersonating an LDWF enforcement agent on March 23.
Agents arrested Andy J. Anderson, 43, for false personation of a peace officer or firefighter.
LDWF agents learned that Anderson had identified himself as an LDWF enforcement agent at a place of business in Lafayette on March 18. Anderson had introduced himself as an LDWF enforcement agent and was wearing an LDWF agent jacket.
Agents arrested Anderson and booked him into the Lafayette Parish Jail on March 23.
False personation of a peace officer or firefighter brings up to a $1,000 fine and two years in jail.
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