MARK James Cowan appeared in Orange Local Court on Thursday facing charges of impersonating a police officer.
Cowan, a Blayney resident, was represented in court by solicitor Trish Arden.
He did not enter a plea or give evidence.
Police are alleging that on two occasions, on August 31 and September 1, Cowan placed flashing red and blue lights on his Commodore before following other vehicles.
However, police say Cowan did not attempt to approach any of the vehicles.
Cowan was arrested at 3am on September 2 after being stopped on Bathurst Road in Orange.
He was charged three hours later at Orange Police Station.
Ms Arden asked Magistrate Terry Lucas for an adjournment, which was granted.
Cowan will reappear in Orange Local Court next month.
At the time he was arrested Orange Police said Cowan’s vehicle was searched and a laser light found in the vehicle was seized.
Police said when Cowan was arrested they were following a line of investigation the accused was not alone in the vehicle.
He is charged with three counts of impersonating a police officer.