A current phone scam features callers impersonating law enforcement officers. Highland County Sheriff Richard Warner said he has received reports of scam artists telling people warrants will be issued against them and they will be arrested unless they pay money.


"At no time do I or any of the deputies here or from any other sheriff's office call and give people the option to pay money to keep from being arrested on a warrant," said Sheriff Warner. 


He says people who receive this call should report it to their local Sheriff's Office.