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Cops arrested a scam artist who tricked soft-hearted locals into donating to an AIDS charity on Jan. 26.

Police said that the 50-year-old grifter was knocking on doors along Union Street, asking residents to give to the charity, God’s Love We Deliver.

But the man did not actually work for the charity, said cops, who collared the suspect at around 4 pm near Hoyt Street. He had $75 and four checks on him, police said.

Where: 411 Union St.
Updated Oct. 21, 2011
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