NMSP warns of SF phone scheme

SANTA FE (KRQE) – Santa Fe area residents are advised to be aware of a new phone scheme.

According to New Mexico State Police, some are receiving calls from an individual claiming to be a part of NMSP.

This individual then gives the name, Barry Miller, Nick Miller or Derrick Miller and tells the phone call recipient that they must contact an attorney by the name of Jack Conway at 334-578-9396 in regards to a lawsuit involving them.

The caller then says if they don’t law enforcement will be sent to pick them up.

NMSP is advising residents in the affected area to not provide any financial or personal information to the caller.

If you have any information or questions contact NMSP.

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