HUBER HEIGHTS — Huber Heights police are seeking victims of a man arrested for fraud on Friday morning at the Rural King store.
Officers were called to the store to investigate a man in the lobby soliciting funds for the Columbus Wheelchair Basketball Club. However, the President of the club said the man was not authorized to collect funds for the club.
Investigation revealed the man had several fake documents in his possession for both the Columbus club and the Atlanta Wheelchair Basketball Club along with a fraudulent California Driver’s License. It was also determined that the man has been soliciting funds at other retail locations in the region including the Lebanon Rural King store.
He was taken into custody by police and identified through fingerprints.
The Huber Heights Police Division would like to find any individuals that have been scammed by this false charity no matter the amount, and to have them contact Detective James Gebhart at (937) 237-3594.
The suspect, Clifton Campbell, remains in custody awaiting formal charges from the Montgomery County Prosecutors Office. He is also being held on felony detainers from Texas and Indiana.