By CBS13 Staff

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — A man who allegedly claimed he was a “German Foreign Service Agent” during a traffic stop in Roseville has been arrested after deputies discovered a ghost gun and parts in his vehicle.

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says, early Saturday morning, a deputy pulled over a driver along westbound Interstate 80 at Douglas Boulevard.

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Exactly what prompted the traffic stop was not disclosed, but the driver was identified as 32-year-old Rocklin resident Vincent Brown.

For some reason, Brown allegedly told deputies that he was a German Foreign Service Agent. Deputies later found a gold badge with the words “Private Security” printed on it, but nothing else that proved he was a foreign agent.

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The weapons found in Vincent Brown’s car. (Credit: Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

Instead, deputies say they found several weapons in his car – including a loaded handgun, a revolver, and an illegal unregistered AR-15 pistol “ghost gun.” The AR-15 had two high-capacity magazines loaded with armor-piercing rounds, deputies say.

Another ghost gun, a handgun with some modifications that deputies say made it into an assault weapon, was among the other items found in Brown’s car. Further, the car had a license plate belonging to someone else’s vehicle.

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Brown was taken into custody and booked in Placer County Jail. He’s facing numerous weapon possession as well as impersonating a peace officer charges.