A western Nebraska man faces jail time after pleading guilty to impersonating a police officer.
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - Twenty-five-year-old Bobby O'Reiley, of Mitchell, was arrested after officials say he tried to pull over a car on Interstate 80 near Sidney earlier this month.
KQSK radio in Chadron (http://bit.ly/M4QXJH) says O'Reiley pleaded guilty on Monday in Cheyenne County Court. He faces up to a year in a jail when he sentenced on Aug. 13.
Authorities say a motorist called the Nebraska State Patrol and reported a driver was tailgating another car, flashing the headlights and showing a badge of some sort.
The patrol says a trooper stopped the car and found O'Reiley had a security badge, a handgun and two cans of mace.
Information from: KQSK-FM, http://www.doubleqcountry.com/kqskchadron.html
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