CEDAR RAPIDS — Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Chris Barther started out on a much different career path, going from a pre-K teacher to “finding people who don’t want to be found” — fugitives.Barther, 34, said growing up in Pompano Beach, Fla., he spent a lot of time at summer camps and participated in the Boys and Girls Club and wanted to take what he learned from those experiences and mentor kids.“I always enjoyed working with kids,” said Barther, a father of two.

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