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Wis. inmate accused anew of impersonating officer

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[February 23, 2009]  MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A Madison man already serving time for impersonating an officer apparently hasn't learned his lesson.

RestaurantThirty-year-old Joshua D. Kay is charged with a new count of impersonating an officer. At an initial court appearance Friday he stood mute so the court entered a plea of not guilty.

Prosecutors say Kay has been telling other inmates he's actually a sheriff's deputy, working undercover to investigate other deputies.

Online court records didn't list an attorney for Kay on Saturday.

Kay is serving an eight-month jail sentence for three misdemeanors. Among them was a 2007 conviction for turning on flashing red lights and a siren on his personal car to try to stop a speeder. The other car was being driven by an off-duty police officer.


Information from: Wisconsin State Journal,

[Associated Press]

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