In a telephone scam, a man is accused of taking thousands of dollars from senior citizens of Madison County

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In a telephone scam, a man is accused of taking thousands of dollars from senior citizens of Madison County

Investigators have also named a second person wanted in connection to the scams, 30-year-old Christopher Roper. Kino Roper faces three counts of Theft by Deception 1st with bonds of $90,000. Agencies recovered $166,000 cash in connection with the arrest of this individual.

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“We take crimes against the elderly serious here in Madison County,” said Sheriff Kevin Turner. “These scams have left citizens financially and emotionally devastated and we are committed to investigating, locating, and prosecuting those individuals who take part in such schemes that target and prey on our elderly.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force, Secret Service, Athens Police Department, Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, Huntsville Police Department, Homewood Police Department, and the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office.

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  • MADISON COUNTY (Alabama) – One guy has been arrested in connection with recent scam calls targeting elderly people, according to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office. As a consequence of the multi-agency investigations, Kino Deandre Roper, 26, was arrested on October 10 and charged with various offences. Tate Buening’s mother has filed a lawsuit against his ex-estate husband’s for murder-suicide. Roper was arrested and taken to the Madison County Jail.

  • In a news release, MCSO stated that Kino Roper and his associates have a network of individuals who target elderly citizens across north Alabama and surrounding counties to pay thousands to tens of thousands of dollars each with the intention they will help their relatives in need of assistance while preying on their concerns for loved ones.