Missouri man arrested for identity theft has incredible criminal records

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Later, he claimed the cars were stolen. He was a champion of misleading. Rossell told his victims that he was a U.S. Marshal and a paramedic. In fact, he had never been an employee. Another woman knew Roselli as Deputy U.S. Marshal Austyn Labella. His fiancé knew him as Deputy U.S. Marshal Austyn Gardner. She bought him him a Cadillac Escalade, Ford Mustang Shelby and a Can-Am Spyder three-wheeled motorcycle but finally called police. He fled in the Lamborghini but ironically police found him in Effingham trying to buy a bus ticket. Investigation proved that Rossell previously racked up active arrest warrants in two Missouri counties, one in Gasconcade County and another in Ste. Genevieve County. had an active arrest warrant in a separate Franklin County case.

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