CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A Mount Pleasant man has been charged with impersonating an officer after an incident at a Taco Bell Saturday.
According to an incident report, officers believe William Tully, 22, pulled up to the Coleman Boulevard restaurant's drive-thru window after ordering around midnight and asked the attendant if he liked guns.
The worker looked at Tully with a confused look on his face, according to the incident report, before Tully pulled out a gun, laid it on the drive-thru window sill and said "Touch it. It's okay, I'm a cop."
The worker refused to touch the gun, only handing Tully his food, the report states.
The victim said Tully pulled around to the front parking lot and sat in his truck for about ten minutes before the police were called.
Tully was arrested and released on a $20,000 bond.