Man's car looks like police unit

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By David Giuliani

Jessie Vigil drives in a car marked “police.” The vehicle is painted black and white. On the top is what appears to be red and blue emergency lights.

But Vigil is not a police officer.

His pseudo police car has local law enforcement agencies concerned, but so far, he has not been found guilty of any crime.

Last summer, Vigil started decorating a 2007 Mustang to look like the police car in the “Transformers” movie. He did it for his 7-year-old son, Thomas, who loves the movie.

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