Criminal complaint reveals stunning accusations about Mequon cop impersonator

CREATED Mar 26, 2014 - UPDATED: Mar 26, 2014

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MEQUON -- Loren Willis is out of jail, but faces eight charges, including impersonating a police officer.

The criminal complaint alleges Willis, 19, followed two young girls near Villa Grove Park because he thought they "were up to no good."
 
Instead, prosecutors claim Willis of being the one who crossed the line and was an overzealous wannabe cop.
 
According to court documents, when police finally tracked Willis down, investigators discovered that he was a former police explorer in West Bend and Port Washington. While searching his SUV, police found an eight-inch blade, three pocket knives, a police-grade baton, pepper spray, plastic handcuffs, an air soft gun, rubber gloves, duct tape, and several articles of clothing with "police reserve" on it.
 
There's no indication in the criminal complaint that Willis intended to harm the girls - and all eight charges against Willis are misdemeanors.