Uber driver discussed ‘killing people and chasing murderers’ with horrified passengers in Charleston

Folly Beach Public Safety tells news outlets 57-year-old David Stanley Hubbard was running sirens in his 2007 Honda Pilot when he picked up passengers from downtown Charleston on Saturday.

A South Carolina Uber driver has been arrested after police say they found a fake police badge and loaded gun inside his vehicle.

— Talk about taking a wrong turn. CHARLESTON, S.C.

Police say they found a fake U.S. Marshal badge, plug-in police lights, a stolen license plate, handcuffs and a semi-automatic pistol with two loaded magazines.

The passengers say Hubbard discussed “killing people and chasing murderers.” They jumped out of the car when he came to a red light and flagged down police.
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Hubbard was being held on $100,000 bond on charges of impersonating a police officer and carrying concealed weapons. It wasn’t immediately known if he had an attorney.

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