Scam. . . .
“Natividad Villatoro advised me that his friend Mr. Mendeo who goes to his church told him about a scam phone call he received. Mr. Villatoro said that he wanted us to be aware of it and file a report about. Mr. Villatoro stated that the scam number is 832-029-1504 and the scammers acted like police officers and told Mr. Mendeo that he owed money and they could help him out. Mr. Villatoro advised me that the scammers said their names were Agent Arnold Williams and Agent Masco Mendivla,” Deputy Daniel Sandford reported.
TPO Issue . . .
Monday Shirley Cooper, of Menlo, has a temporary protective order against Tiffany Hines. While at the Menlo Dollar General Store, Hines pulled into the lot and went into the store. Cooper was letting Deputy Jamye Dawson know about the situation.
Missing Coins. . .
James Rhinehart of Maplewood Drive, in Summerville, said someone stole $250 worth of coins from a gallon jar in his living room. He’s got some suspects in mind of who took the items last Saturday.
Microsoft Scam. . .
Lillie Rebecca Allen advised that someone had fraudulently used her credit card account from July to August. The charges were used on a Microsoft account and the theft totaled $2,733.44, according to Chief Deputy Kevin Woods.
Caldwells . . .
Deputies responded to a domestic dispute at 118 West Summerville Church Road involving Sinclair Caldwell, Jacob Caldwell and Jeffery Caldwell around 7:13 p.m. on Wednesday. No one was cited in this incident although Jeffery was given information on how to take out a warrant through the magistrate court for damages to his 1999 Ford F-150.