On Monday, a man charged of impersonating a police officer in order to get entry to Friday's Final Four Fan Fest performance, which included Megan Thee Stallion, appeared in front of a court.
Trayvone Lil Darus Stevenson, 28, was arrested over the weekend in Harris County after being accused of impersonating a governmental worker.
According to court filings, Stevenson reportedly donned a "Police K-9" vest and pretended to be working security as a police officer to attend Megan Thee Stallion's sold-out concert at Discovery Green.
Houston Barber arrested for allegedly posing as a police officer to see Megan Thee Stallion at Final Four fest posts $20K bond ‼️👀— WhatsOnRap (@whatsonrap) April 4, 2023
Attorneys claim Stevenson is a barber in Houston with no skills and experience to be an officer. Per the attorneys, having worn a "Police K-9" vest, he did not have a dog with him. Stevenson, who seems to have no prior record, was given a $20,000 bail by the prosecutor on Monday. According to court documents, Stevenson bonded out following his hearing.
"Megan Thee Stallion is a fantastic draw, big draw, especially here in Houston, but this is still a felony case. You cannot go and impersonate an officer to get into a concert venue," prosecutor Mathew Jackson said to Eyewitness News during Monday's hearing.
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