Byline: The Register-Guard
suspicious phone call
Police want to warn the public of the latest scam in which a caller saying he is from the federal government asks for personal information in order to award between $5,000 and $25,000.
A Eugene woman who was contacted by this man reported the scam Thursday. She told police the man said she had won the grant for being a "good citizen" who "paid her taxes."
The caller requested bank account and Social Security numbers and asked she keep the call a secret because more than 100 of her neighbors were receiving similar calls.
The woman did not give any information. She called the phone number from her caller ID A telephone company service that sends the caller's telephone number between the first and second ring of the call. If the calling number is not blocked, the calling number is displayed on the handset or base station of the called party. and heard a recording from a company in Canada.
The Eugene Police Department's financial crimes unit said these types of scams are always fraudulent and you should not give out personal information unless you initiated the contact and you trust the person or company with your personal information.
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convicted for raping girl
A Junction City resident was sentenced Thursday to serve 25 to 30 years in prison for raping a Springfield girl over a period of at least three years, according to according to
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After they arrested Moore, investigators learned he had come to Oregon from Tennessee after he was charged there with raping a child several years ago, according to a police report.