Vincent Nicholas Demarco; phony US Marshal

| August 31, 2014

Vincent Nicholas Demarco

Joseph sends us a link to the Kingman Daily Miner about Vincent Nicholas Demarco who mounted his motorcycle and used his innate phony US Marshall detective skills to track down the women he thought stole his dog. When they attempted to flee the scene, he did what every US Marshall would do in a stolen dog investigation – he opened fire on them;

According to Mohave County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Trish Carter, Demarco told deputies someone stole his dog over the weekend and he thought people living in a home in the 1700 block of Devlin Avenue took the animal.

He saw four women with a puppy in front of the home and asked one of the women about the animal. She reportedly assured him the dog was hers.

The women began to walk away when Demarco yelled at them to “halt,” and identified himself as a marshal before pulling one of his guns, according to Carter.

The women got into a vehicle and left in a hurry. Demarco, said Carter, fired two rounds at the vehicle as the women drove away. A neighbor and her 2-year-old son were in her front yard at the time.

Nobody was injured.

Demarco is already facing charges for pointing a handgun at two pedestrians while he was riding his motorcycle, so I’m pretty sure he’s gone through background checks and faithfully abides by all of the gun laws of Arizona. Or maybe not.

Category: Crime

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  1. BOILING MAD CPO says:

    Wow. At least he posed as a Marshall with weapons Here in my town, they only promote themselves to Phony Animal Control Officer without weapon. BZ

  2. streetsweeper says:

    Dude must want some vacation time at Super Max. Heh.

  3. Sparks says:

    I know a lot of folks who love riding their motorcycles. Heck, some even trick them out and go camping with them. But…what is it with dipshits and phonies and motorcycles and motorcycle clubs? They really give the good riders and owners a bad image.

  4. Green Thumb says:

    They need to lock this turd up for a loooonnngggg time.

    He appears to have the makings of a predictor and extremely dangerous individual, especially to women.

    Hoper the AZ legal system will do the right thing so this shitbag does not make someone a statistic.

  5. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    If he tried that in my neighborhood upstate … Let’s see …I am just counting here … Ah, he would have been shot by as many as 8 people, not including spouses and qualified young adults.

    Just sayin’.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      There’s NO WAY he’d leave our neighborhood in anything other than a Coroner’s truck if he tried that in my neck of the woods either!!

  6. Ninja R says:

    This was pretty funny on a personal level. My dad was busted a while back for impersonating a federal marshal, but he never pulled anything like this. He just pulled out phony credentials and showed ’em to a local cop.

    These days, he’s off impersonating Marines — says he was a gunny for X years. The number of years used to change; I don’t know if he ever settled on the number of years he supposedly served. I guess it just slipped his mind he has a son — ME — who served as a Marine for 13 years. It’s just really hard to bust the guy because he lives out in the middle of nowhere and has very little Web presence. I reported his shenanigans to a motorcycle group he’s ridden with, but they didn’t seem to care much.

  7. B Woodman says:

    I hope he gets shipped up to Sheriff Arpaio, up Maricopa County. Tent city, pink uniforms and undies, baloney sandwiches. Fitting punishment, don’t’cha think?