LONOKE COUNTY, Ark. — On Friday, Feb. 8, at approximately 1:50 p.m., while searching for a wanted criminal, Lonoke County sheriff's detectives observed a black dodge pickup near Pine Street and Mt. Carmel turn on flashing green, amber and red lights with a siren.
The dodge was directly in front of the detectives unmarked vehicle and the sheriff. The dodge pickup had markings stating K-9 and traveled in the center turn lane at speeds reaching 90mph.
Detectives and the sheriff activated their emergency lights and sirens and got the vehicle stopped near Pine and Francis Street.
Upon contact, the driver was dressed in a similar fashion as Lonoke County sheriff's detectives with a similar style badge. The driver identified as 37-year-old Jeremy Kurck of Jacksonville, identified himself as a Lonoke County process server.
Upon further investigation the detectives learned the truck was outfitted with police type equipment -- an AWIN portable radio, mobile radar, mobile video and other items such as a taser, pepper spray, baton and handcuffs.
Kurck, who has a criminal history, was arrested and will be charged with criminal impersonation D felony, Criminal use of prohibited weapon D felony, Speeding 90 in a 45, reckless driving, improper passing and improper use of turn lane.
He is being held at the Lonoke County Sheriff's Detention Center no bond until first appearance.
Lonoke County Sheriff's Office has had numerous reports on Kurck with similar incidents. If you have any information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.