Racine man found guilty of impersonating DEA officer to try and get date
The verdict alleges that Jeremy Wade carried a gun and wore an official looking DEA badge in an encounter with a citizen in January and February, 2018. Wade showed a citizen a photo and wanted to know their location.
Wade impersonated a DEA agent in order to try and get a date with a woman.
Wade will be sentenced on May 9. The maximum penalty for each charge is three years in prison.