Something didn't look right about Roy Antigua's driver's license: New Port Richey police officer Edward Campbell knew there was definitely something wrong when Antigua offered him his U.S. Coast Guard identification.
"It had a gold chip that was missing," Campbell explained Monday. "The back of the ID resembled a hotel card."
Antigua was arrested for driving on a suspended license and violating his probation. Police eventually found dozens of IDs from the Central Intelligence Agency, the U.S. Air Force, Customs Service, local hospitals and NASA.
Police Chief James Steffens has a question:
"Who is Roy? What have been his activities?"
There is another question: did Roy Antigua commit a crime? Along with the identification, police found military uniforms and medals.
"In the best case scenario, we have somebody who likes to dress up and wear these outfits," Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco said.
Police are now working with the Secret Service to determine if any CIA credentials are missing or have been reported stolen. The half dozen Boy Scout uniforms concern investigators.
"It's actually scary. You see these Boy Scout uniforms, who knows if he's been around young children and what his intentions were," Sheriff Nocco added.
Police say Antigua dressed up at least once in a Coast Guard uniform. He is accused of identifying himself as a Lieutenant Commander.
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