HONOLULU — Individuals are calling people randomly and claiming to be Sheriff Deputies serving warrants for people who did not show up for jury duty.
They are offering to clear the warrant if people will pay for a product or service.

Deputy Sheriffs will never call people about warrants having to do with jury duty or solicit the purchase of anything.

If you received a call matching this scam please alert the Sheriff Division by calling 586-1352.



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