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April 3rd

Coker still heading up Fritch Police Dept.

April 3, 2012

Tara Richelle
Hopkins
Reporter
feature@borgernewsherald.com
Fritch residents have become concerned that Monte Leggett of Fritch has taken the place of Police Chief Kirk Coker.
Reassuring the community, Fritch City Manager Bobby Lamb stated, “Chief Coker is still the chief.”
According to Leggett, things are still the same at Fritch Police Department.
Lamb announced Kirk Coker as the Chief of Police for the City of Fritch in 2011.
Coker has been with the Fritch Police Department since August 22, 2011.

Source 
Borger News Herald

April 2nd

Don't fall for this text message scam

April 2, 2012

Michelle Berry, Managing Editor

There is a text message scam circulating revolving several local financial institutions, and customers are encouraged not to fall for it.
Happy State Bank and Amarillo Nation Bank customers have reported getting text messages saying their card has been deactivated. In the message, the customer is asked to call a 806-576-###. Once the number is called, a recorded voice will ask for the person to enter their full 16-digit card number and PIN.
Those who did fall victim to the scam are asked to call their bank immediately, as well as the police.

Source 
Borger News Herald
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