Man claiming to be son says he's in trouble in Toronto
By Vicky Gits
Monday, March 23, 2009 at 10:00 pm
A woman in her 80s who has lived in Evergreen for several decades lost more than $16,000 in a telephone scam involving a caller who said he was her son and had been arrested for drunken driving.
She called the Canyon Courier because she hopes to stop others from being victimized, but she asked that her name not be used.
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