The suspect was allegedly trying to pull over a car during a street racing incident.

COURTESY PHOTO: PPB - The fake police vehicle seized by Portland police.Portland police arrested a police impersonator during a street racing detail last week and are looking for other victims.

Jonathan G. Bautista-Limon, 20, is charged with criminal impersonation of a public servant, a class C felony. He als was issued violation citations for operating a vehicle without driving privileges and failure to carry proof of insurance.

According to the Portland Police Bureau, at 8:14 p.m. May 7, officers were working a special mission to address dangerous street racing/sliding activity when an officer observed what appeared to be a police vehicle with red and blue flashing lights pursuing another vehicle westbound on North Marine Drive approaching Kelly Point Park.

After confirming no officers were involved, police stopped the vehicle at North Simmons Road and Lombard Street. The investigation revealed Bautista-Limon had tried to stop another driver. The victim was suspicious that the vehicle was not a legitimate police officer and did not pull over until contacted by Portland Police officers.

Bautista-Limon's black 2019 Dodge Charger had a police-style push bumper with flashing lights, interior windshield lights and lights in the rear window. He also possessed a realistic-looking airsoft handgun and a fake security badge.

Another vehicle, a white 2014 Chevy Caprice, also was stopped. It did not have red and blue lights but had a police-style spotlight and detachable white flashing lights inside the vehicle along with a tactical vest, airsoft pistol and duty belt with a gun holster. The driver of that car has not been charged with a crime.

Both vehicles were towed.

Police are asking for anyone who believes they were a victim of a police impersonator to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and reference case number 22-121134.

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