Bassfield Resident Going to Prison for Sale of Counterfeit Goods

A Bassfield resident is going to prison for selling counterfeit merchandise, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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Jasper County Resident Arrested for Identity Theft in Smith County

Kimberly Michele Gaines, 38, turned herself in to authorities at the Smith County Sheriff’s Office Monday following indictment by a Smith
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Texas Resident Going to Prison for Scam on Craigslist

A Texas man is going to prison for pulling off an internet scam using the identity of a deceased Mississippian, announced
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COMMUNITY SHRED DAYS CONTINUE TO HELP MISSISSIPPIANS COMBAT IDENTITY THEFT

Attorney General Jim Hood is pleased to announce the results of Mississippi's ninth annual Community Shred Days held statewide March 7
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Senatobia Resident Going to Prison for Selling Counterfeit Goods

A Senatobia resident is going to prison for selling counterfeit goods, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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AG Warns Consumers to Beware Internet Job Scams

Attorney General Jim Hood today is warning consumers of scams involving employment opportunities, particularly via the internet and sites such as
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Pike County Resident Arrested for Sale of Counterfeit CDs and DVDs

A Pike County resident has been arrested for the sale of pirated CDs and DVDs in the McComb area, announced Attorney
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Phishing Scam Targets Apple Users

A classic scam is now targeting Apple users, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. The very common “phishing” scam is constantly
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Attorney General Hood Urges Nine Oil Companies to Eliminate Synthetic Drugs from Retail Locations

Attorney General Jim Hood today asked nine oil companies to collaborate with their franchisees to help eliminate synthetic drugs from retail
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AG Announces Upcoming 9th Annual Community Shred Days

Mississippi consumers will soon have an opportunity to take an important step in protecting themselves from becoming victims of identity theft.
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