Women warns of jury duty scam

0
33

The person on the other line claimed to be Deputy Marshal Michael O’Connor, calling from the United States Citation Department.

PORT ARTHUR, Texas — The “jury scam” is making the rounds again and Port Arthur Police are warning Southeast Texans to be careful of “official calls” asking for money.

This week, Cheryl Underhill got a call saying she had two warrants out for her arrest, because she didn’t show up for jury duty. 

“I said I don’t know anything about this. I didn’t sign anything,” she said.  

The person on the other line claimed to be Deputy Marshal Michael O’Connor, calling from the United States Citation Department.

“When he said he was a deputy marshal I stood up and paid attention,” Underhill said. 

Read full article at www.12newsnow.com