March 03, 2018

W. Va. Man Charged With Online Sales Scam in St. Tammany

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's detectives arrested a West Virginia man on February 22, 2018 for an online sales scam involving high-end car parts. The investigation began in September, 2017. Detectives determined the car parts were being posted on Craigslist in multiple cities and that the scam originated from a computer in West Virginia.
James Sisk (38) of Buckley, West Virginia, who has a history of arrests in West Virginia for similar thefts and fraudulent online postings, was arrested on a warrant from St. Tammany Parish and extradited to Louisiana. Sisk reportedly he confessed to selling car parts to multiple individuals across the country, but failing to deliver them.
Sisk booked on the charges of Computer Fraud and Illegal Transmission of Monetary Funds

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