Authorities say the schemes involve callers threatening people into paying them hundreds of dollars in gift cards. In one popular scheme, the caller says a relative has been arrested and needs a substantial amount of money to be released from jail. State Police say they are also getting calls from convicted sex offenders in Northern Virginia who are being told there is a warrant out for their arrest.
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Russell Andrew Tabor, 33, of Brushfork, was convicted in of kidnapping and first-degree sexual assault, Cpl. Long said Tabor served 16 years in prison, but has now been released. He is required to register as a sex offender.
Campbell is currently registered as living on West Perch Road, but the SOIU has not been able to make contact with him there in several months. Gilbert was previously registered as living on Johns Creek Road, but has not lived there in several months. She also has ties to the Portsmouth and Virginia Beach areas.
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Authorities say the schemes involve callers threatening people into paying them hundreds of dollars in gift cards. In one popular scheme, the caller says a relative has been arrested and needs a substantial amount of money to be released from jail. State Police say they are also getting calls from convicted sex offenders in Northern Virginia who are being told there is a warrant out for their arrest. The scammer tells the sex offender not to call State Police and that the only way to confirm the warrant is to pay a fine.
Police are looking for Chesdon Haught in Monongalia County. Haught is wanted for failing to register as a sex offender and a parole violation, according to West Virginia State Police officers. Haught is described as a white male, standing six foot, two inches and weighing approximately pounds.
Based on his conviction in Arkansas, Mangum is required to register in Virginia as a violent sex offender. Investigators say he left Arkansas over a year ago to come to the Commonwealth, and Virginia State Police has been searching for him ever since. Mangum is wanted in Virginia for failing to comply with Virginia law, which requires a convicted sex offender to register with the Virginia State Police within three days of establishing residency within the Commonwealth.