Warren County Deputies Issue Warning About Latest Phone Scam Threat

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about a new phone scam.

Several people have reported receiving calls from individuals claiming to be from the Sheriff’s Office. These callers request money for supposed legal issues.

The caller will ask for money or a form of electronic transfer to prevent warrants from being issued or an arrest being made:

How the Scam Works?

The scam callers pretend to be from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office and mention things like missed court dates, owed fines, criminal offenses, or court processes to make their calls seem legitimate.

They then ask for money or electronic transfers to avoid warrants or arrests.

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Sheriff’s Office Clarification

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office wants to make it clear that they do not operate this way.

They never accept money from the public to avoid arrest or resolve legal matters. This phone scam is fraudulent.

Report Scam Incidents

If you or someone you know has been a victim of this scam, please contact the Warren County Sheriff’s Office to report it. Don’t fall for these deceptive calls.

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