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Cybersecurity Incident & Important Consumer Information

The Wichita Falls Police Department’s Financial Crimes Unit is wanting to make sure everyone is aware of a recent cyber attack against one of the leading consumer credit reporting agency and steps that you can take to help ensure that your identity is protected. 108 more words

Community

Windsor police lay charges in Wyandotte Street West arson

A Windsor man has been charged for allegedly starting the blaze at a Wyandotte Street West garage over the weekend.

Long Thai, 44, faces charges of arson with disregard for human life and breach of probation. 77 more words

Local News

Civil Society Groups to Organize Sit-Out For Ex-Minister's Extradition

A coalition of civil society groups on Thursday said they would commence a two-day sit-out to press for the extradition of the former Minister for Petroleum, Mrs Diezani Allison Madueke. 224 more words

Politics

WFPD Seeing Increase in Counterfeit Currency

Over the past couple of weeks The Wichita Falls Police Department has seen an increase in counterfeit bills being reported in the local area. The majority of the bills are 100’s. 108 more words

Crime Prevention

Ticket Scam Alert

The Wichita Falls Police Department’s Financial Crimes Unit would like to remind people to be cautious when purchasing tickets to special events and recreational parks online.  138 more words

Community

Counterfeit $100 bills lead to charges against three men

Three males are facing counterfeit money charges after Windsor police investigated complaints last week about attempts to use fake U.S. $100 bills in transactions.

The incidents happened on July 19. 306 more words

Local News

No wonder Trump is running scared from Mueller given foreign dealings, money laundering, and Russian investors. 

No wonder Trump is running scared from Mueller given foreign dealings, money laundering, and Russian investors.

The Washington Post reported that investigators are “looking for any evidence of possible financial crimes among Trump associates,” while the New York Times wrote: 65 more words

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