Police: Road Rage Incident Turns into Officer Impersonation

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BATH TOWNSHIP, Ohio–A case of road rage turned into a case of someone impersonating an officer, according to Bath police.

Police Chief Michael McNeely told FOX 8 that just before 3 p.m. on Monday, a man allegedly cut off a woman traveling on Cleveland-Massillon Road.

Police said the woman followed him and he continued to hit his brakes.

She then reportedly went around him and he followed her to a gas station.

They exchanged words and then the woman said he flashed a badge and claimed to be a police officer.

Before taking off, he reportedly slammed her door shut.

She called 911. The case is being investigated.