Barber accused of posing as officer to see Megan Thee Stallion at Final Four fest posts $20K bond

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Monday, April 3, 2023
Alleged Final Four music fest cop impersonator faces judge
Trayvone Lil Darus Stevenson, 28, was arrested and charged with impersonating an officer to gain entry into March Madness Music Festival.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A man accused of pretending to be a police officer to sneak into Friday's Final Four Fan Fest concert, where Megan Thee Stallion headlined, faced a judge on Monday.

Trayvone Lil Darus Stevenson, 28, was held in the Harris County Jail over the weekend after being charged with impersonating a public servant.

Court documents read that Stevenson allegedly wore a "Police K-9" vest and claimed to be working security as a police officer, with the intention of seeing Megan Thee Stallion's sold-out performance at Discovery Green.

Attorneys said Stevenson is actually a barber in Houston and has no qualifications as any type of officer.

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Although he was wearing a "Police K-9" vest, he reportedly did not have a dog with him, according to attorneys.

On Monday, the judge granted Stevenson, who has no previous record, a $20,000 bond. Court records show Stevenson bonded out after his hearing.

"Megan Thee Stallion is a fantastic draw, big draw, especially here in Houston, but this is still a felony case. You cannot go and impersonate an officer to get into a concert venue," prosecutor Mathew Jackson told Eyewitness News at Monday's hearing.

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