Joliet Police Alert: Rise in Social Media Spam Posts Mimicking Official News


Share post:

Joliet, IL – The Joliet Police Department has issued a warning about a surge in spam posts on social media. 

According to the department’s announcement, these deceptive posts often mimic official news and may lead users to malicious websites. The police caution the public to avoid clicking on links from unofficial sources and to report any suspicious activity. 

Official communications from the department will only come directly through their sanctioned channels. 

This alert underscores the importance of cyber vigilance and the need for the public to rely on verified sources for information about local incidents.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related articles

Joliet, IL – One in Critical Care After Four-Car Crash Leaves Vehicle on Fire Thursday

Joliet, IL - A severe four-car collision on Thursday night at the intersection of Chicago St. and Louis...

Arizona Manhunt Ends: Couple Shot at, Children in Home Unharmed

San Tan Valley, AZ - Ending a rigorous search, Edward Figueroa, 28, was arrested after allegedly shooting at...

Virginia Men Charged in Murder and Arson Linked to Marijuana Supplier’s Death

Roanoke, VA – Two Virginia men, Joseph Richard Walker and Garrett Isaac Williams, are facing serious federal charges...

NHL Expands to Utah: New Team to Debut in Salt Lake City’s Delta Center for 2024-25 Season

Salt Lake City, UT - The National Hockey League is expanding its horizon with the addition of a...