Man Charged With Impersonating Police Officer Bonds Out Of Jail

A Central Texas man who was arrested Monday and charged with impersonating a public official has posted bond and been released from county jail.

Milton Boyle (Jail photo)

WACO (October 2, 2012)—A McGregor man has bonded out of jail after being charged with impersonating a public servant.

Milton Jay Boyle, 53, was released Monday after posting a $5,000 bond.

McLennan County Sheriff Deputies arrested Boyle on Monday after they found a man stopping traffic on Interstate 35 in an unmarked vehicle that had a police light bar on top.

Deputies pulled up behind the man when they saw him stopped behind another vehicle to assist in what they thought was a traffic stop by a police officer.

When they questioned the man, however, they learned that he is a member on an area rescue team but is not a certified peace officer.

The man said he stopped the other driver to try to get him to slow down.

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