The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers about a pretty elaborate phone scam. IRS Spokeswoman Dee Stepter tells KEEL News that the scammers have found a way to spoof the IRS toll-free number on caller ID.
Police need help identifying a woman they believe is responsible for identity theft. They say she stole Pennsylvania woman's identity and used her information to open multiple charge accounts at local businesses.
Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a Dillard’s employee at Pierre Bossier Mall was arrested Wednesday afternoon for stealing the identity of an elderly customer and then making purchases with her information
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