MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Murray Police Department is warning the public about a jury duty scam going around.
Murray police say the scammer calls and accuses their victim of not showing up for jury duty. They then ask for the victim to pay a fine in the form of gift cards.
No courts will request gift cards for any reason at all, according to police.
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