A NJ man is accused of impersonating a cop and threatening hookers with jail time if they wouldn't give him free sex. Warren D. Taylor, 32, was caught after police tracked down a cell phone number he had given to one of the women he allegedly attacked; Taylor was allegedly taking a page from real cops, and trying to become her pimp.

According to police, Taylor trolled for hookers near Stanley and Pennsylvania Aves. in East New York for the past year, and lured at least four women into performing free sex acts to avoid arrest. During one of the incidents, Taylor became violent and struck one of the woman in the face. He has been charged with criminal impersonation of a police officer, criminal sex act, patronizing a prostitute, assault, forcible touching, kidnapping and criminal possession of a weapon.

Oddly enough, an actual former city narcotics detective named Wayne Taylor was previously sued by a woman who claimed he "bought" her and pimped her out when she was 13-years-old. There's no indication this is the same Taylor, but the former detective has been out of jail since this past January after serving over three years in prison for attempted kidnapping.

In October, police arrested a man who posed as a cop in order to force another man into performing a "sex act" on him. In September, two Brooklyn men, one of whom is an auxiliary police officer, were charged with impersonating police officers to kidnap and rape a prostitute. Last year, an aide to Assemblywoman Carmen Arroyo was caught impersonating a cop while trying to rob an apartment; and a NJ resident was arrested for impersonating a police officer and raping two women in a cemetery.