Wed, Nov 25, 2015


Murfreesboro resident falls victim to scam after buying Bonnaroo tickets, but receiving an empty envelope

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Bonnaroo is now taking place in Manchester and from what concert goers have said to WGNS at this point, via emails and text messages… they are having a blast. However, one potential concert goer in Murfreesboro is a little upset after paying for tickets that she never received.

The 21-year old victim purchased two Bonnaroo tickets online from a man who supposedly lived in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. The culprit told the victim on June 9th that he would overnight them to her. Instead of arriving the next day, she received an envelope on June 11th. When she opened the envelope… it was empty. Furthermore, the return address was from Madison, TN and not Goodlettsville.  

The victim is now out $423. She has tried to contact the subject, but each attempt has gone unanswered. The case is now in the hands of Murfreesboro Police.


MPD Incident #14-11304

Other Bonnaroo Stories: 

Interview with several Bonnaroo goers HERE

The official Bonnaroo website HERE


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