Walker County Sheriff's Office Warns Public Of Scam

  • Monday, November 28, 2022
An unknown male caller has been calling Walker County residents on Monday and identifying himself as a Walker County Sheriff's Office deputy.

The caller continues by saying the other party has missed a court date and can settle the matter by paying a $2,800 fine using their credit card.

Sheriff Steve Wilson reminds residents that the Sheriff's Office or the Clerk's Office will never call a resident demanding payment for a missed court date.

Residents can report suspicious activity to the Sheriff's Office by calling dispatch at 706 375-7810.
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