From the Richmond Times-Dispatch: Career day goes poorly for Goochland teen:
Authorities apprehended a Goochland County teen Tuesday who they said was impersonating a police officer to get his girlfriend out of summer school.
The 17-year-old youth went to Goochland Elementary School dressed in plain clothes and claimed to be conducting a drug investigation, Goochland Sheriff James Agnew said. The teen told administrators that he needed to speak with a 14-year-old girl at the school.
The public school system holds all of its summer programs at Goochland Elementary.
School officials called the sheriff’s office at 2:15 p.m., and deputies apprehended the youth on school property, Agnew said. The youth’s parents were called to come pick him up, and he was issued a summons for trespassing, the sheriff said.
“We know of him, and it was pretty obviously a silly plan by a kid,” Agnew said.
The incident caused no disruptions for the 280 students in the county’s summer school program, said Linda Underwood, acting superintendent for Goochland County Public Schools.
While admittedly a stupid thing to do, it’s probably good for everyone that they didn’t charge him with a felony which they could have.