TAYLORSVILLE — Prosecutors have charged a Kearns man with impersonating a federal agent in an attempt to get money owed to him.
Marc Dane Raddon, 34, was charged Friday in 3rd District Court with three counts of possession of a weapon by a restricted person, a third-degree felony; criminal mischief, a class B misdemeanor; and impersonating an officer, a class B misdemeanor.
On Dec. 15, Raddon and another man were at the Callaway Apartments, 1141 W. 3900 South, "banging on all the apartment doors" stating they were looking for a woman who owed them $200, according to charging documents.
"The males then said they were U.S. marshals," the charges state.
Police say a rock was thrown through one woman's window.
Another man said Raddon came to his apartment door and tried to kick it in, "saying I will put 45 rounds into the door to get his money from the girl. The man claimed he was a cop and said he would beat us up for his money," according to the charges.Comment on this story
Raddon was already on federal probation for a 2015 conviction of being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. He was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison and 36 months of supervised probation.
When Unified police tracked down Raddon for the latest incident, he was interviewed with his federal probation officers present. The officers did a check of his house and found "a quick release knife, a throwing knife and a large survival knife approximately 7 inches long," the charges state.
The charges do not say whether a second man was also charged.