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Winchester Man Arrested for Impersonating Federal Officer

Police arrested a Winchester man Thursday and charged him with three counts of impersonating an officer, and one count of possessing a United States Marshal Badge.
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Police arrested a Winchester, Va., man Thursday after he allegedly claimed to be a U.S. Marshal and engaged in the apprehension of a wanted criminal. 

Talbert Foster DeHaven III, 36, was named in a four-count indictment charging him with three counts of impersonating an officer, and one count of possessing a United States Marshal Badge, according to the United States Attorneys Office - Northern District of West Virginia. 

Officials say DeHaven faces up to three years in prison on the impersonation charges and up to six months in prison on the possession charge. 

This case was investigated by the United States Marshal's Service. 

DeHaven was previously held at the Beckley Correctional Center in West Virginia in 2011 on separate charges. 






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