A 25-year-old man accused of pulling into a Sussex apartment complex and sounding the siren on his Crown Victoria has been cited for obstructing police after allegedly lying about the incident.
Darrel Abramczak was pulled over near Highway 164 and Stonegate Court at 6:45 p.m. Sept. 20 when he sounded the siren on his vehicle and pulled into the Stonegate Court Apartments, according to the police report.
According to the report:
Abramczak lied to a Waukesha County sheriff's deputy when initially asked if he was driving the blue Crown Victoria - a model frequently used for police squad cars. He later admitted he was driving and apologized.
The Town of Waukesha man told deputies he had a siren on his car because he is a trained first responder and that he once served on a volunteer fire department.
Abramczak was wearing a black T-shirt that said "Fugitive Investigations" written on the front, camouflage pants and a holster.
A Darrel Abramczak has a Linkedin page in which he lists his title as "chief." The Linkedin page says he has experience with bail laws and enforcement and operates Fugitive Investigation Services.
In July, Abramczak helped apprehend a 19-year-old Jefferson woman in the parking lot of the Sussex Pick ‘n Save after she escaped from Jefferson County Jail.
Abramczak is due to appear in court on Nov. 2.