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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A man is in trouble with the law, accused of impersonating those that uphold it while he solicited a prostitute.

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Mark William Rose, 22, appeared before a judge in bond court on Thursday among the law enforcement he is accused of impersonating.

Authorities said Rose posed as a Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO) deputy and solicited a prostitute before “arresting” her.

Rose then allegedly took her to the BSO headquarters and pretended to call someone to let him and the prostitute in.

At one point, he allegedly told the prostitute to give him a reason to let her go.

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Authorities said the prostitute did not end up giving him what he wanted and ended up reporting him to authorities.

Investigators say Rose admitted to claiming to be a cop and had attempted the same sex extortion rude with twelve other women, having his way with three of them.

In court on Thursday, the judge decided to let him out on $10,000 bond, but with a 24-hour ankle mounted GPS tracking monitor.

Rose’s father said he had no idea this was happening and would get his son help.

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Rose is charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer and false imprisonment.