A California man was sentenced to 115 years behind bars this week for impersonating a police officer and fondling two women.
Authorities said 41-year-old Christoph Moore, of Anaheim, stopped at least two women, on two separate occasions, in Hollywood in November 2015, pretending to be a police officer during the encounters and touching the women inappropriately, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Prosecutors said Moore flashed a badge, pulled out a handgun and threatened one of the women. Less than a week later, he showed another woman a badge and groped her.
Additionally, in October of that year, Moore locked himself inside a store with the store's owner and forced her to take off her clothes before her ex-husband arrived and he fled.
Moore was convicted of multiple counts of assault with intent to commit a sexual assault, criminal threats, grand theft, second-degree burglary and two counts of false imprisonment by violence.
He was also convicted of three counts of unlawful use of a badge and one count of sexual battery.