North Carolina man accused of running mobile phone scam

WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) - Police say a North Carolina man accused of scamming mobile phone stores by posing as a pastor has turned himself in.
Wilmington police told local media outlets that 47-year-old James Terry claimed he was a church pastor and obtained cell phones by charging them to a business account that later declined payment.
A police spokeswoman says Terry is suspected of running his scam in other locations. He is charged with possession of stolen goods.
Terry's status couldn't be determined on Monday.

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