A Dishonorably Discharged US Marine Breached Trump's Protected Air Terminal
A dishonorably discharged US Marine illegally entered a protective air terminal for President Donald Trump in Florida.
According to Business Insider, 37-year-old Brandon Magnan was charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer.
Magnan told sheriff's deputies he was a Marine Corps law enforcement officer and presented a fake badge that included the Marine Corps' seal.
Magnan was allowed through the first checkpoint and drove towards a second one.
There, he was also permitted to continue after claiming he was a Marine law enforcement officer.
After being confronted by a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office deputy, Magnan claimed he was a "retired" member of the Marine Corps' presidential entourage.
Impersonating a law enforcement officer carries a maximum sentence of three years in prison and a $250,000 fine.