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Albany man accused of impersonating deputy U.S. marshal

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An Albany man faces a felony impersonation charge after telling a woman he met on that he was a retired state trooper working for the U.S. Marshals Service, federal authorities said. Samuel David Kramer, 53, was charged Wednesday with impersonating a deputy U.S. marshal, a felony count that could land him up to three years in federal prison. Investigators said he went to great lengths to convince a Clifton Park woman that he worked ...

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