A Volusia County man is accused of impersonating an officer.
Port Orange Police are asking for anyone who may have been stopped by Joseph Naecker Jr. to contact authorities.
Naecker, 29, was arrested Aug. 12 after police say he was acting suspiciously at a local shopping mall. Police said they found a bullet proof vest, a handful of guns and ammunition, smoke grenades, counterfeit Florida license plates and a tactical entry vest.
During their investigation detectives developed additional information and arrested Naecker again on Tuesday.
Police think Naecker's car, a black 2007 Chrysler 300C, is the vehicle police think has been used by Naecker Junior to stop drivers in Volusia County.
Naecker is charged with two felony counts of possession of a counterfeit license plates, one felony count of attempted impersonation of a law enforcement officer, one misdemeanor count of unlawful use and possession of police insignia.