Brandon Mark Magnan | Florida Man January 11

Brandon Mark Magnan Impersonates Marine; Attempts To Board Trump’s Marine One Helicopter | January 11

Florida: Federal prosecutors have charged Brandon Mark Magnan for falsely impersonating a federal officer after he allegedly lied to make his way past two checkpoints at Palm Beach International Airport on Sunday, prior to President Donald Trump’s departure from the airport.

According to reports, Magnan, 37, falsely said he was working security for Marine One — the helicopter that transports the president — and presented credentials saying he was a law enforcement officer of the United States Marine Corps.

He made it past another checkpoint before a sheriff’s deputy there noticed that Magnan was not wearing a Marine Corps uniform. When confronted, Magnan told officers he was a retired member of HMX-1. However, the court documents show Magnan was dishonorably discharged about 10 years ago after being convicted at a court-martial for “serious offenses.”

According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Magnan was convicted of “abusive sexual conduct” and sodomy during his time in the military. It’s unclear what the details of those offenses are.

Brandon Mark Magnan was arrested Jan. 6 and was released on a $100,000 bond, according to court documents.

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