2 Greenwood women victims of phone scams




Men pretending to be the grandsons of two Greenwood women stole more than $15,000 after telling the women they were in trouble and needed money.

On Tuesday, a man called the first woman and pretended to be her grandson. He told her he needed $13,000, according to a police report.

The woman told police the man said he was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana and needed her to wire him money. She told police she sent the money.

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