For the second time, an employee in the California Department of Justice was caught impersonating as a sworn law enforcement officer. California Attorney General and Democratic Senate candidate Kamala Harris’ office was rocked last month when one of her direct aides was arrested on charges of impersonating a police officer after he took a leading role in setting up a fake police department. Harris has made no comment on either case.
The Attorney General is again under fire for withholding information that that there was an investigation of a secretary in her department who was convicted of unlawfully using one of the department’s badges to pose as a deputy attorney general last year.
Adrienne Mayr, while a secretary a secretary with the Department of Justice, was arrested after repeatedly flashed the badge of a deceased deputy attorney general at drivers on Los Angeles County road. He also once used his car and the badge to pull over and trap a mother and child at an intersection.