Maine State Police have charged a 20-year-old Fort Kent man after police received information about a Facebook page depicting the man as a Maine State Trooper.

Maine State Police

During their investigation, state police say they discovered that Cejay Levesque of Fort Kent had posted on his Facebook page that he was a State Trooper with a K-9. He had also posted pictures to further the impression that he was a Trooper, according to Sgt. Brian Harris.

In his online posting, Levesque indicated that he had attended the Maine Criminal Justice Academy and also claimed to have been a former employee of the Aroostook County Sheriff's Office, Harris said.

Cpl. Corey Hafford contacted the Aroostook County Sheriff's Office and the Academy, both of which denied having any records of Levesque being employed or having a law enforcement officer certification.

Levesque was summonsed to appear in Fort Kent District Court on March 6th for impersonating a public servant. Anyone with any further information related to the investigation is encouraged to contact Cpl. Hafford at the Maine State Police Barracks in Houlton at 1-800-924-2261 or 207-532-5400.