Lexington police are looking for a man who allegedly used a fake medical story to scam people in Lexington.
Sherman Denny, 54, is accused of approaching a woman in a Lexington parking lot and saying he forgot his diabetes medication and was from out of town, according to police. Police say he asked the woman for money and promised to pay her back, but then gave her a false phone number and address.
This is not the first time Denny has been accused of scamming people in Lexington. In 2018, Denny was arrested on four counts of theft by deception.
Anyone with information related to Denny’s whereabouts is asked to call police at 859-258-3600.
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