Detectives Warning Public: PBSO Will Never Ask For Money, Call About Jury Duty, Warrants
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: PBSO Media Advisory) — BEWARE … there is an imposter calling members of the community and claiming to be a deputy from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. This imposter is accusing the recipient of the call that he/she missed jury duty and a warrant has been issued for his/her arrest. The imposter goes on to say that the warrant can be rectified by purchasing a gift card in the amount of $ this amount varies and read the numbers of the gift card to the imposter over the phone. The imposter threatens to send a deputy to the resident’s home an arrest them if he/she does not comply.
THIS IS A SCAM! PBSO Employees DO NOT CALL for Legal Matters, Money, Personal Information or Jury Duty!
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