They report phone, mail and email scams have hit multiple residents in the area.
Chief of Police Roy Owens says there are two main types of scams have effected the area: a lottery-type scam where a company asks for your bank information to send you a prize recently won,
and one where electronic devices such as cellphones and computers are sent to your home and the company will ask you to send it to another address with your information.
"If somebody calls and says they're from a bank or your credit card company or somebody that you typically do business with and they are requesting financial information, it's not real," Chief Owens warns.
Chief Owens suggests any time you receive something like this and you are unsure about it, contact your local law enforcement for assistance.