ALBANY, Ore. — An Oregon fast-food worker has been charged with impersonating an officer after police say he threatened to handcuff his manager.

The Albany Democrat-Herald reports (http://bit.ly/2wFEw4d ) the incident happened Wednesday, when the 30-year-old man told his boss he wanted time off. Police say the worker explained he had a second job as a sheriff’s deputy and needed the weekend free to volunteer with Albany police.

The skeptical boss asked for a photo of his work schedule as a deputy.

After a trip to his car, the employee returned and told his boss that she violated a government code by asking for a photo of government property. He said his supervisor told him to arrest her.

When he took out the handcuffs, the manager asked him to leave.

Albany police said the employee —Chucheng Xiong —has been cited to appear in court Sept. 6.

His listed phone number is disconnected and it’s unknown if he has a lawyer.


Information from: Albany Democrat-Herald, http://www.dhonline.com

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