A file photo of a Michigan State Police badge, who responded to the accident.
ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) -The Michigan State Police are warning residents of a new scam in which callers say they are with the MSP and you must pay to clear an arrest warrant.
Police say that residents have reported calls where the caller tells the receiver that there is a warrant out for your arrest if you don't pay a fine.
MSP says that law enforcement doesn't work this way and won't call you to notify you of a warrant or to ask for money or bank account information.
You should report any suspicious contacts to police.