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Missoula Man Faces Charges Of Impersonating Sheriff's Deputy

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A 30-year-old Missoula man faces felony charges for allegedly impersonating a sheriffs' deputy. Kyle Pritchard appeared in Missoula Justice Court Monday afternoon, facing a felony charge of impersonating a public servant.

Court documents show Pritchard called a local home in the middle of the night last month claiming to be a sheriff's deputy. He began questioning the woman claiming she was in a hit and run, and threatened to send deputies to the house to cite her for not cooperating. He also asked her to reveal personal information. Documents show Pritchard then called back and said he was "kidding", claiming it was a prank.

He will be back in court on November 12.

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