The other day a person called claiming to be my grandson. He said he had been in an accident and was in jail in Las Vegas. He asked me to bail him out. 

He did not sound like my grandson so I asked him some questions. He said he had some stitches in his lip, so I asked him some more questions and he did not have answers that were right. Then he said he had to go.

After he called, I got another call from a man who said he was my grandson’s attorney and I told him he was a low-life crook. He hung up.

I then called my grandson, who was working in Joshua Tree.

Do not send money to anyone until you check it out!

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