Mahogany's owner Liz Rogers was charged Friday with impersonating a police officer.
She turned herself in on the misdemeanor charge at 11 a.m., was booked and released on her own recognizance, according to West Chester police.
The development comes after an incident was reported Tuesday at a Hamilton-Mason Road gas station while a truck driver tried to repossess Rogers' vehicle.
Her attorney, Clyde Bennett, confirms Rogers confronted the repo man, but he denied the impersonating allegations and insisted her vehicle was not subject to repossession.
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