The investigation, launched after officials received a tip regarding the unnamed marshal's behavior, determined that the deputy had in fact been "engaging in sexual activity with numerous different women within government space."
Though this was the first violation uncovered, investigators wound up finding several more.
"The OIG also found that in connection with his personal relationships, the CDUSM allowed multiple unauthorized non-government employees whom he was dating to park their personal vehicles within and in front of government property," the report said.
Officials were able to confirm the allegations. They also found that the marshal brought his dog to the office and drove with the pooch in his assigned government vehicle — both clear violations of USMS policy, according to the report.
Upon realizing that the OIG investigation had been initiated, the CDUSM, wanting to deter investigators, proceeded to make false statements and urge the women involved to do the same.
"The OIG substantiated the allegation that the CDUSM… contacted some of the women identified and encouraged them not to disclose to the OIG any information concerning their sexual activity within the government space, and initially lied to the OIG about his sexual activity on government property," the report indicated.
In a separate allegation, the probe was also able to collect evidence to back up claims that the troubled marshal had previously released "non-public information to a news reporter regarding a fugitive matter."
The investigation has been wrapped up and submitted to the US Marshals Service. The report concluded with the information that the man will not be prosecuted.