More victims of Hunters for the Hungry scammer come forward
UNION CITY, Tenn. — Another business has reported being approached by a man police say is fraudulently asking for donations for Hunters for the Hungry. Star Physical Therapy notified police Monday the business had donated money July 2 to someone posing as a representative of the charity. An employee told police she gave the man $25 cash out of the business’ petty fund. She said the man signed a receipt as Mark Johnson. The charity has previously said a man named Todd Cochrane of Martin has been posing as an employee or volunteer, asking for donations and then depositing the money in his personal bank account, according to a release from Hunters for the Hungry. Anyone wishing to make a donation to the program can do so securely online at www.tnwf.org/donate.