McPherson Sheriff Warns of Scam

KSAL StaffDecember 4, 2017

McPherson County law enforcement is warning about a scam.

According to McPherson County Sheriff’s Office, recently they have been made aware of individuals calling people pretending to be a captain, deputy or employee with the McPherson County Sheriff’s Office. Once someone answers their phone, they are told they have a federal arrest warrant for missing jury duty or a grand jury duty and they request payments to be made to resolve the warrant.

This is a scam. The agency will never solicit you to resolve a warrant via a payment. Do not send them money, and do not give out any information.

If you are ever suspicious that something could possibly be a scam, you are urged contact your  local law enforcement before ever providing any information.

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