Teen Who Impersonated Chicago Cop in Trouble Again

His mom wants the book thrown at him

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    An Enfield man fights off a would-be burglar.

    The Chicago teen who served jail time last year after he brazenly impersonated a police officer, went on a ride-along and made an arrest is in trouble again.

    This time he's charged with pushing his mother and stealing his uncle’s car, the Sun-Times reports. 

    He has been charged with felony possession of a motor vehicle and misdemeanor domestic battery, cops say.

    His mother says he pushed her after she confronted him over stealing the uncle's ride.

    The boy, whose name is withheld because he’s a minor, is no stranger to trouble.

    After serving a month in jail for impersonating an officer, he dressed up in a business suit and stole a Lexus from a car dealership while taking it for a test drive.

    After that he was sentenced to three months in prison for violating his home-confinement order.

    His mother would like him to do even more time after this recent incident.