Police: Fake cop fired gun, had cocaine in car

Nicholas Rada told arresting officers he was a funeral director

Chicago Sun-Times

CHICAGO — A west suburban man was accused of pretending to be a police officer, firing a gun at a West Side gas station and having cocaine in his vehicle.

Nicholas Rada, told arresting officers he was a funeral director, works for a state representative, was related to a county judge and was the son of a suburban police officer, police said.

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