Virginia Family Harassed by Spam Emails From Dead Mother’s Account
Nearly two years after her mother’s death, Cassie Woods is still receiving emails from her account — but they aren’t from her mother.
Paula Case’s email account was reportedly hijacked by a hacker, who is using the account to spam her address book with emails advertising “male enhancement,” “cheap viagra” and work-at-home schemes.
“I don’t think it’s fair that me and my sisters have to suffer seeing an email from my mom that’s not even here,” The emails reportedly began about two months ago, nearly two years after Case died of scleroderma.
After trying to close the account and finding that the hacker had changed the password and alternate email address, the family contacted Yahoo. Yahoo reportedly requires Chase’s death certificate in order to close the account. The family is now working to obtain the death certificate. Meanwhile, the emails continue.
Man steals $1000 of ED pills
A Lancaster County convenience store is burglarized and a suspect is in custody after stealing over $1,000 worth of male enhancers. The burglary happened around 2:49 a.m. on Monday morning at the Stop and Go convenience store located at 777 New Holland Avenue. The suspect, 29-year-old Robert Kieta, of Leola, broke out the front glass window with a hammer and then stuffed 63 packets of male enhancers into his backpack, according to police reports.
Surveillance video shows Kieta getting into an SUV and fleeing the scene. Officers quickly caught up with him after spotting the vehicle in the 200 block of West Main Street in Leola. During the traffic stop, investigators noticed shards of safety glass and a hammer on the back floor of the SUV. Kieta was taken into custody a placed in Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $200,000 bail.