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updated: 6/26/2014 7:14 PM

Chicago man accused of impersonating U.S. marshal

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Federal prosecutors say a Chicago man has been arrested for impersonating a U.S. Marshals Service employee.

Thirty-seven-year-old Robert P. Rozycki was arrested Wednesday by deputy U.S. marshals.

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He is charged with two felony counts of impersonating a U.S. Marshals Service employee in an indictment returned by a federal grand jury on Tuesday and unsealed after his arrest.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports Rozycki has already been convicted and served time for pretending to be a police officer, burglary and pretending the be a Chicago Fire Department bomb and arson investigator.

The most recent charges stem from two incidents last year when he allegedly impersonated a federal agent.

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