Soccer coach guilty of impersonating federal agent

Print
Email
|

by KMOV Web Producer

KMOV.com

Posted on January 20, 2012 at 11:30 PM

(KMOV)—A soccer coach pleads guilty to impersonating a federal agent on Friday.

A judge sentenced Mark Chartrand to five years of probation beginning in a half-way house after he pled guilty to impersonating a federal agent.

Chartrand supposedly told his girlfriend that he was an anti-terrorism agent waiting for his government paycheck to clear after he couldn’t pay back $138,000 in loans.

He met the woman while he was coaching her child’s soccer team.

Print
Email
|