Teen Impersonates Cop
A Florida teen is accused of impersonating a physicians assistant and a police officer.
18-year-old Mathher Scheidt appeared in court Sunday March 4th and remains in jail throughout the next day.
He was locked up in a cage in the back of the room.
Officials say it was done to protect himself and others.
Scheidt was first arrested on charges of practicing without a license after officers say he lied himself into a job at the Osceola Regional Medical Center.
He bonded out then and police say he quickly started playing a different role as a police officer.
This time, the judge decided to deny him bond.
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