Heather Lobello of All Paws Pet Grooming in Parma has allegedly been waiting for over a week to receiver her free pass.. When the number given by the girl is called, a person on the other end said 'you've probably been scammed. The alleged scam has covered a 360 square mile area over the past week. In the mean time, Parma police have apparently identified an adult male involved in the recent Cedar Point ticket scam that has bilked hundreds of dollars from people in several Cleveland-area communities. In the mean time, police issued a misdemeanor warrant for James L. Tanner, 59, of the 2100 block of West 44th Street, Cleveland. Tanner and a 13-year-old girl are believed to be the two involved in the alleged scam. James Tanner could face additional charges of theft and fraud.
Apparently, parent and child entered several local bars and stores seeking donations for a MS charity bike event. In exchange for a donation, donors were offered discount tickets to Cedar Point. Police suspect the two pocketed the cash and fabricated both the charity event and the discount tickets. Anyone with knowledge of Tanner's whereabouts are encouraged to contact the Parma police at 440-885-1234.
Say it is not as alleged! Victoria Tanner, come forth and show the world that it is not a scam and that your father really does manage Cedar Point. Show the world that all funds are being donated to help in the fight against M.S. Otherwise, Cinderella, come forth and tell the world that there is no ferry God Mother, only evil adults that have corrupted you into doing something bad under the vise of philanthropy. Cedar Point, are you listening? Here is an opportunity to step up and make this girls promises true with a corporate matching funds donation that would be more cost efficient than any advertising on the planet! This world still needs to believe.