Impersonating a U.S. Marshal and counterfeiting
A Lake Ozark man who was already on probation for counterfeiting has been charged again in Camden County. Camden County Deputies were contacted on January 7th by a man reporting that Chase Randall was using cash apps and forged checks in his name. While the investigation was underway, Deputies were called to Eagles Nest Drive where a verbal dispute was in progress during a vehicle repossession. Randall was taken into custody after officers found him in possession of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to the Camden County Jail and while being processed his wallet was searched and officers located several credit cards with various different names, and the U.S. Marshals Service. As the investigation continued officers seized copy currency, marijuana, drug paraphernalia. A check that belonged to someone in the amount of $1375, and business cards that identified Randall as a deputy u.s. marshal. Randall is charged with multiple counts including forgery, stealing, drug possession, impersonating a law enforcement officer, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and counterfeiting.