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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Bond scam
Cocke County bondsmen are warning area residents of a local scam in which a female calls defendants after they bond out of jail, asking for more money. Tom Barnett-Shepard of Blackjack Bonding says the caller tries to get the defendant to send money telling them that if they don't pay the money their bond will be revoked. The bondsman says several defendants in Cocke County have been contacted and told their bond will be revoked unless additional money is sent to the caller. He says defendants should not send money but should contact their bondsman personally.


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