In several instances, suspects have been calling citizens or business owners and saying they are from Veridian Connections or other legitimate electricity distributors, police note. People are being told they are more than $1,000 behind in their bills and the power would be shut off if the bill isnt paid immediately.
People are told to make a credit card payment or use prepaid credit cards from stores and forward the numbers to the caller. Down payments of hundreds of dollars are also encouraged.
The callers have set up an answering...
The following is from the Northbrook Police Department:
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Scams, Frauds and Con Artists…. A few new facts to know:
There has been a recent flood of phone scams
in our area and throughout the country. If you did not initiate the contact,
don’t give any personal information over the phone, online or let someone into
A common scam that has been reported to Northbrook Police, as well as in
surrounding area communities, involves a caller claiming to be with an agency
or utility such as the IRS, ComEd, ATT or another common...
Financial planning dealer group, Premium Wealth Management has confirmed that its shareholders are considering a bid from financial services group, Australian Unity.
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New London Before the Board of Education meets Thursday night to vote on a contract for Terrence P. Carter, its unanimous selection as the citys next superintendent of schools, it will hold a closed-door conference call to question him further about his academic record.
On Monday, the Board of Education canceled its scheduled meeting to vote on Carters contract in order to provide Board of Education members with the opportunity to fully clarify and consider recent statements and assertions concerning Terrence Carter, according to a press release issued by the school system.
The Hartford Courant reported Friday that Carter is listed as PhD or Dr. Terrence P. Carter on numerous...
By Michael Green, Head of Derivatives and Structured Finance in the Treasury Department of the World Bank.
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A recently shuttered Shockoe Bottom restaurant has declared bankruptcy.
Arcadia at 1700 E. Main St., which operated through Arcadia Partners LLC, filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy on July 11, according to federal court records.
Arcadia shut down on June 22, the filing shows.
The business closed with $264,000 in debt. It owed $14,000 to its landlord, and other creditors include food and equipment vendors and utility providers. It also owed $12,000 in Richmond city meals taxes and more than $14,000 in state and federal taxes.
Its assets consist of about $44,000 in restaurant equipment.
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When police are called to help with a disruptive or unruly homeless person, there are only a few places an officer can take the person.
You can either take them to the hospital, if they meet that criteria, or they end up, unfortunately, incarcerated, Officer Matt Tinney told Action 7 News.
Now, police have a new tool.
Tinney co-founded the nonprofit, Crisis Intervention Team, Inc. with psychiatrist Dr. Nils Rosenbaum.
The two recently launched Helping Hands.
The program works by giving prepaid credit cards are to Albuquerque Police supervisors, who can then use the cards to help a homeless person in crisis. The credit cards can allow officers to help...