So he doesn't have to feel like he's the Lone Ranger.
By Zeke MacCormack - Express-News
A Bulverde man who said he was “director of rangers for the republic state of Texas” was held on $30,000 bail at Bexar County Jail on Thursday on charges of impersonating a peace officer and unlawfully carrying a weapon.
Gregory B. Davis — wearing a badge and carrying a gun — used his claimed position to gain free entry to a rodeo July 31 in Helotes, according to authorities, who say firearms were restricted because alcohol was being served.
“This guy's been putting himself off as a ranger for at least several months,” Texas Ranger James A. Scoggins said of Davis, 61, who was arrested Wednesday.