WUSA – Anne Arundel County police have arrested a man who they say drove drunk through a Taco Bell drive-thru and pretended to be a police officer. Around 2 a.m. Sunday, police say they arrived to the Taco Bell in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway to find 47-year-old Robert Knickerbocker repeatedly blowing the horn of his Mercedes 300D. Police say he ordered food but refused to pull up in the drive-thru. He then began to act in a belligerent manner by blowing on his horn and cursing. After detecting alcohol on his breath and noticing that his eyes were glassy and his speech was slurred, police say they asked Knickerbocker to get out of the car. Knickerbocker then told police that he was an officer with the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Further investigation revealed that he was not a police officer. Police conducted a series of field sobriety tests and say Knickerbocker performed poorly. He was arrested and issued five traffic citations and charged with DWI and impersonating a police officer. Robert Knickerbocker is accused of driving drunk through a Taco Bell drive-thru and pretending to be police officer.Robert Knickerbocker is accused of driving drunk through a Taco Bell drive-thru and pretending to be police officer.
Robert fucking Knickerbocker! Guy wreaks of royalty. Mercedes, regal as hell last name, and Taco Bell drive thru. The trifecta, if you will. Now, we all see what really happened here, right? He ordered his food, but was too on his high horse to pull up to get his order. Classic Knickerbocker move. When you’re out on the streets with the common folk, you have to remember that it’s street rules. You can’t expect them to bring the food to you, you’ve gotta pull your car up to collect your food. Being Taco Bell royalty doesn’t help you in the real world, sometimes you’re just asked to leave until you do the right thing. And he wouldn’t do the right thing, so now he’s nowhere to be found. Do the right thing man. Do the right thing.