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Oklahoma Family Warns About Craigslist OU Ticket Scam

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Gary Bryan says he contacted someone by the name "Kevin King" though Craigslist last Saturday.  King advertised he had two tickets to this Saturday's game. Gary Bryan says he contacted someone by the name "Kevin King" though Craigslist last Saturday. King advertised he had two tickets to this Saturday's game.
STRATFORD, Oklahoma -

A Stratford family is warning University of Oklahoma football fans about a ticket scam. 

Gary Bryan says he contacted someone by the name Kevin King through Craigslist last Saturday. King advertised he had two tickets to this Saturday's game. 

Bryan says he sent the seller $116 through Wal-Mart MoneyGram. In exchange, King promised to overnight Gary two tickets via Federal Express. 

Bryan says the tickets never came, and the person who called himself Kevin King has been taunting Bryan's family through text messages, boasting that he's using five different phones for his scam. 

"He likes to brag. He likes to brag, yes. He's invincible," Bryan said. 

Police urge anyone buying tickets on the second-hand market to know who they are dealing with.

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