DUNWOODY, Ga. — A Dunwoody man contacted police Sept. 24 after he received several calls from someone claiming to be a U.S. Marshall.

The man began receiving the calls that morning, first on his business phone and then on his cell phone. The caller said the man had a $1,000 fine that had to be paid through a money order.

The man refused to comply and said he would contact his lawyer. The caller kept contacting the man through the day.

While the man spoke with police, the caller attempted contacting him again twice. An officer spoke with the caller, who said he would arrest both the man and the police officer for interference. The caller eventually hung up when police asked him for his information.

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