Victim in Murfreesboro Reportedly Falls for Lottery Scame

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Another fraud report has been filed in Murfreesboro after a local resident stated she received a call from someone who told her she had won $250,000. The victim was scammed into paying the unknown con-artist $3,000, supposedly to pay tax on the winnings. The money the victim sent to the unknown culprit was mailed to a subject by the name of “Kingsley Anderson” in Michigan. A check was then sent to the victim for $3,680, but the check turned out to be a fake.

When that first check turned out to be a fake, the woman received a second check that she one again took to the bank. It too was fraudulent. So far, an arrests has not been made and little information exists on the subject or subjects behind the scam.




MPD Incident Report #13-19363


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