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VIDEO: Woman borrows cop's badge and gun to get some free snacks, and pulls the race card when she's caught
Gwinnett County, Ga.
   
 
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It has nothing to do with you being black..."

A woman is in big trouble with the cops after pretending to be a cop just for the sake of getting some free snacks from a convenience store in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Parole officer Brandi Green waited in the car at the QuikTrip gas station as her friend Pektra LaQuiche Edgerton borrowed her badge and gun in order to score some free snacks.

Some convenience stores offer free drinks and snacks to first responders out of respect.

Edgerton was caught, however, when a real police officer in the store saw her use the badge for her ill-gotten snacks, and didn't recognize her as a fellow officer.

When he pulled over her car, she was still wearing the badge and gun, and instead of confessing, she pulled the race card.

"So, because a black person walks into a store with a badge and a gun it's an issue?" Edgerton exclaimed at the officer.

"It has nothing to do with you being black," responded Gwinnett County police officer JT Smith.

Edgerton eventually confessed to pilfering the snacks.

Green was suspended from her job at the Department of Community Supervision and she resigned after an investigation into her conduct was opened.

Edgerton was charged with impersonation of a law enforcement officer.

Reports were unclear as to what happened to the snacks.



Comments:
LOL! Idiot, and her parole officer friend qualifies as well.
Posted by Concerned Citizen at 8/31/2019 11:30:37 AM

I bet she ate the evidence
Posted by Cracker Lawson at 8/31/2019 1:00:57 PM

Since you pulled the race accusation card first, I have to ask, Did you do it because your black and on the take?
Posted by Sasquatch at 9/3/2019 2:47:12 PM

Bet she was doing this for sometime by the size of her! (too many donuts maybe)?
Posted by Big Al at 9/13/2019 1:05:13 PM

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