He was arrests with more than 200 suspicious items this month, said James Steffens, chief of the New Port Richey Police Department.
Including diplomatic license plates and dozens of fake identification cards from the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of Defense, CIA and NASA.
Also included were military and law enforcement uniforms, hand cuffs, pistol magazines for a 9 mm handgun, emergency band radios, police and military badges, a squad car blue light…
One military badge he had indicated he was a special agent for the Department of Defense, Inspector General’s office (see article: Who is Roy Antigua? Police appeal for help over true identity of ‘fraudster, 52, who pretended to be in NASA, the Navy and the CIA’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2184942/Who-Roy-Antigua-Police-appeal-help-true-identity-fraudster.html#ixzz24yVpp9rf ).
The suspect also had access badges to hospitals around Florida, doctor and nurse scrubs, a respiratory technician badge and a picture of himself in scrubs carrying a new born baby?
They also found a police blue light, which police detectives use and access stickers to Coast Guard bases around Florida, Steffens said.
They also know on at least one occasion he used his CIA ID card to enter the Pasco County courthouse, where he entered with no problem.
Authorities seem genuinely baffled by why someone would have such a collection of items and have even sought out the help of the public in this case.
They seek to understand who Roy Antigua was? And, more importantly was he up to something sinister?
“It kind of gives you a little bit of a scare,” Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said at the news conference. “We just want to know what this individual has been involved in. Has he been committing crimes? What kind of individual would want to dress up like this? That is why we need the public’s help.”
“We need to know from start to finish: ‘Who is Roy Antigua? What have been his activities and behaviors?’ So we can verify that we have a problem or we can confirm that there isn’t a problem,” Steffens said at a news conference Monday. “We want to know if he is a threat or is he living a very active fantasy life.”
According to his facebook page, Roy M. Antigua is a graduate of the United States Air Force Institute of Technology – class of 1982, where he received an advanced degree in Aeronautics.
It also shows he is a graduate of Boston University 2004 with a degree in psychology. He has 117 facebook friends, including association with one Ricky Gerard, E-3 at United States Coast Guard (Active Duty) and a police officer named Nelson Correa of the Key Biscayne Police Department.
One individual he is facebook friends with another mystery man by the name of Dennis P. Vieria – who indicated he is “Special Ops, secret, level 3- classified” (source: www.facebook.com/roy.antigua?sk=info#!/roy.antigua ).