Brazos Co. DA Says Facebook Messages About Home Burglary Not True

COLLEGE STATION Brazos County District Attorney Jarvis Parsons is getting a lot of calls and messages about his house getting broken into, but there's just one thing, he says it didn't happen.

Parsons told News 3 that a virus accessed his Facebook page and automatically sent out messages that his home had been burglarized.

He says fortunately that didn't happen, but he appreciates everyone who has expressed concern through phone calls, text messages, and Facebook messages.


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