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Sheriff's Office Warns of Jury Duty Scam
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office is warning citizens of a jury duty scam that robs victims of their identity.
Former NFL Player Requests Diversion in Test Scam
A former NFL star indicted in a test-taking ring involving Mid-South teachers is requesting diversion.
Convicted Murderer Pleads Guilty to Insurance Scams
A Bartlett man convicted of killing his wife is now guilty of fraud and embezzlement.
Southaven Police Arrest Online Dating Scammer
A Mississippi man is in trouble with the law, accused of scamming people on a dating website. Southaven police arrested him after four victims came forward, and investigators think there may be more.
Test Taker Pleads Guilty in Teacher Cheating Scam
A former Memphis City Schools teacher has pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme in which teacher candidates would hire others to take certification tests in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi.
Multi-State Prescription Scam Targets Elderly
The Better Business Bureau just issued a nationwide warning. Seniors citizens are being targeted by a company offering help with prescription coverage; one of the victims is from the Mid-South.
Scammer Leaves Elderly Woman With $2,000 MLGW Bill
82-year-old Sade Rossell had no heat and no hope until a kind-hearted Memphis firefighter came to her rescue.
MLGW, Entergy Warn Utility Customers of Billing Scam
Both Memphis Light Gas and Water and Entergy Corp. are warning utility customers not to fall for a scam where people claim President Barack Obama is providing credits or payments toward bills.
Crooks Using Magic Jack to Pull Scams
The Mississippi Attorney General is warning of scammers using a Magic Jack device to mask their phone numbers to appear legitimate.
Northern Mississippi Bank Scam Grows
First reports of this scam started Memorial Day weekend. The number of complaints has tripled in the last two weeks, with customers at not one or two, but three different banks being duped.
10 Indicted in Teacher Licensing Cheating Scam
Federal prosecutors in Memphis have announced that 10 more people have been indicted in a scheme to hire others to take teacher certification tests in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi.
Police Departments in North Mississippi Warn of Phone Scams
Cops say someone's calling pretending to be an officer collecting money.
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