Business Scammed After Fake Order

Jackson County Sheriff's OfficeCENTRAL POINT, Ore. — A man scammed nearly eight hundred dollars’ worth of lumber and products from American Lumber in Central Point.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says 33-year-old Robery Hutson claimed to work for Jay’s Construction. When the delivery driver could not get a hold of the contact, they left the lumber at the given address.

Jay’s Construction called back and explained they never made an order. Police were able to catch up to Huston and his truck from a witness report.

Hutson was cited and released for Identity Theft, Theft 2, and some traffic citations. All the property was returned to American Lumber.


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  1. Don L. Kirk says:

    If I were a crininal, the description on this storey tells me how to do the crime and not make the mistake the theif made. View Channel 12’s website and learn how to steal correctly.

    1. Newswatch 12 Staff says:

      Except for the part where the alleged suspect got caught.

  2. Sparrows345 says:

    Don you might learn how to spell if you keep reading the news pages as well.

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