Every single day, numerous items are sold and purchased online through private parties. The tricky part can be finding a safe place to meet to complete the sale, so the Duluth Police Department has unveiled a Meetup Spot, to help put your mind at ease.
Before we start sharing this important information that every person male or female should know I want you to know that this in no way indicates that Wal-Mart is responsible for the situation, it's just where she was when it happened and could happen anywhere. I was so rattled by her story, I want to get it out to as many of people as possible, especially since it happened in our community.
Locally, we have heard warnings of scams involving the IRS involving fake phone calls especially now that it's tax time, people on the side of the road next to a vehicle with their hood up pretending to need assistance and there was the one about the post it note on your windshield after you've come out from shopping. This is the latest scam I've heard of and the best advice I can give is know yo
Vehicle prowlers can strike anytime, whether you're parked at home, work, shopping, literally anywhere. Duluth Police warn that it is prominent in the Woodland area at this time. I had posted a blog just last week because vehicle prowling is becoming a significant problem and the Duluth Police Department wanted to offer some tips to avoid being a victim like I was in the late 80's. I'm still bi
Unfortunately, vehicle prowlers can strike anytime, whether you're parked at home, work, shopping, literally anywhere. It's becoming a significant problem and the Duluth Police Department want to offer some tips to avoid being a victim like I was in the late 80's. I'm still bitter about my stolen Alf doll!
Here's another one! It seems like Ken and I are warning you of a new scam every week! Being aware and knowing how to handle it should you be a target will help you avoid a lot of headache and potential save you a lot of lots $$$. The latest scam is using the Microsoft name and will come over the phone.
It's feast or famine! It's either too cold or too hot!!! The latter is what we expect for Monday through the evening. At least it won't last long, but there are still precautions to take when it comes to your family, the elderly (especially neighbors) and your pets.
Thank you to our busy Duluth Fire Department. Yesterday they responded to over 30 different incidents. Three of which were structure fires. To note and the reason for my blog is that two of those structure fires calls were two hours apart and both were due to clothes dryers. Thankfully the damage was not extreme, but it does prompt the Duluth Fire Department to ensure we have access to simple t
It's our first major snowfall of the season! At least it missed Thanksgiving by a few days. Now that the advisory has been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning it's time to reconnect with our winter driving skills, slow it down and allow extra time for scraping, shoveling and warming the car. The Duluth Police Department has also given some suggestions on what roadway would be best to use during
Duluth Police are reminding us to be aware of surroundings because of an incident involving a female jogger and a suspicious male. How many of us run or jog for exercise and aren't always able to find a buddy to go with? Here's what happened: