FILE: This photo shows Roy Antigua. (New Port Richey police department)
"We need to know, from start to finish -- who is Roy Antigua?" New Port Richey Police Chief James Steffens said at a news conference Monday according to The Tampa Bay Times.
New Port Richey Police Officer Edward Campbell tells MyFoxTampaBay.com he had a feeling something was amiss when Antigua gave him a U.S. Coast Guard identification during a routine traffic stop last week.
"It had a gold chip that was missing," Campbell told the station. "The back of the ID resembled a hotel card."
It was only the tip of the iceberg. Antigua, 52, had uniforms from NASA , U.S. Customs, the Navy, the CIA, the Secret Service and Homeland Security, The Tampa Bay Times reports. He also had dozens of military medals, a flight helmet and flight instructor badge and a Boy Scout troop leader uniform.
"Everybody around there thought that he was the real deal," Steffens told the paper.