A 14-year-old boy accused of impersonating a Chicago police officer has been released from custody.
Cook County Judge Andrew Berman approved a request Friday from the teenager’s attorney to have him released from juvenile detention. The boy now must wear an electronic monitoring device.
The teen was discovered in a uniform on Jan. 24 after entering a South Side police station through an unlocked back door. He had posed as an officer for hours earlier in the day, including time in a patrol car with another officer.
The boy has pleaded not guilty to impersonating an officer.
Source: Huff Post
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