San Tan Valley.com
(Editor’s note: By publishing this article, Rose Law Group Reporter does not vouch for its accuracy. It is for discussion only.)
A movie about two individuals pretending to be cops brought a ton of laughs to the audience this summer.
In the real world however, impersonating an officer is a felony.
It’s amazing how easy it is to find stories of individuals who have been caught impersonating an officer over the years. Jim Bailey, for example, is a 69-year-old Oak Harbor resident and funeral home worker, who was arrested just last month for impersonating a retired cop.
So what will happen in San Tan Valley to the candidate that has been impersonating a Chicago police officer since he first started running for office in 2008?