LPD warns of scam impersonating officer

October 17, 2023

LPD warns of scam impersonating officer

LUDINGTON — The Ludington Police Department is warning residents of a scam in which a Ludington police officer is being impersonated.

“Captain Steve Wietrzykowski is not calling people to let them know they have warrants for their arrest, etc.,”  said Cpt. Wietrzykowski. “This is a scam. We have received several phone calls to the police department from concerned people wanting to know more about the phone calls they received from the actual LPD phone number. That is a good thing that they are following up to verify the phone call before doing anything else. Always verify phone calls, texts, emails that don’t seem quite right.”

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