The men reportedly threatened to arrest hotel staff for asking them to wear face masks
Authorities in South Florida arrested two people earlier this month after US resorts were arrested for allegedly using US marshals to claim federal authorities to avoid wearing a face on a mask. Was.
According to reports from the Sun-Sentinel, people allegedly threatened to arrest Wyndham Dearfield Beach Resort, which is north of Fort Lauderdale, when asked to put on masks.
81-year-old Gary Brummett allegedly claimed to be a US Marshal and flashed a fake laminated card stating that he was allowed to wear a mask when he asked the front desk manager to put one on.
He Pointed to a badge on his belt that said “Cherokee Nation Marshal” and told the manager, “Do you know what that means? I’m an American marshal and did you force me to wear a mask?” If done, can you be arrested? ” According to the federal complaint.
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Two days ago, 53-year-old Walter Wayne Brown Jr. allegedly told another front desk employee that he was a marshal and that the employee did not need to wear them after trying to wear a mask.
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An employee who was suspicious of his behavior called police and local officials and arrived with a real US marshal.
The men were arrested for impersonating federal officials and jailed in Broward County awaiting trial. Newspaper.
The complainants stated that the men never served as US Marshals or as Cherokee Nation Marshals.