MUST-WATCH: Wisc. Police Officer Scams a Scammer Who Threatened Him With Arrest

Eric Scheiner | March 24, 2017

A man pretending to be an IRS agent left a threatening voicemail for a Eau Claire, Wisc., police officer -- and the police department decided to call and scam him back.

Eau Claire Police Department posted the outcome on Facebook, showing Officer Kyle Roder giving the so-called IRS agent a taste of his own medicine.

Officer Kyle Roder called the number and asked, “Hello, is this the IRS? It said to call this number, you said I had committed a fraud or something?”

Things get humorous quickly, as the scammer, unaware he was about to be scammed, asked for a case number. When Roder said he wasn’t given one, the “agent” says he can look Roder up by his address.

“But you said you’re going to issue a warrant for me and come to my house,” Roder said. “If you don’t have my address, how are you going to do that?”

You can check out the video above.

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