He wrote "Two Tickets to Paradise", but never wrote a traffic ticket.
On Friday night, the NYPD solved the mystery of whether rocker Eddie Money was ever a cop, as he sometimes claimed: he was not.
But the rocker was briefly an intern, a police spokeswoman said about Money, who died on Friday at the age of 70 in Los Angeles.
"Eddie Money served as a police intern," Sgt. Mary Frances O & # 39; Donnell told the post. "He was never appointed a police officer. The NYPD sends its condolences to his family.
Brooklyn-born rocker Edward Mahoney sometimes said in interviews that his first career as a NYPD police officer was in the late '60s or early' 70s ̵
His official website states that he served as a NYPD officer for two years before he made his mark in rock-n-roll.
"I'm proud of the fact that I served in the police department "he said in an interview with rock historian John Beaudin he posted on Rockhistorymusic.com the previous Friday. I've never been a trainee – the New York anti-terrorist force has even offered their condolences to a fallen veteran.  We are sad to hear the death of the singer and former member of #NYPD Eddie Money. @ImEddieMoney was from Brooklyn before he moved to California at the age of 19 They were a legend that will forever be remembered: Http://t.co/dp0SRUyRsb
– NYPDCounterterrorism (@NYPDCT) September 13, 2019