Layton woman warns others after falling for virtual kidnapping scam 09/05/2018 5:07 am PDT Comments KSTU via KSTU: LAYTON, Utah —- (KSTU) -- Sandy Baker of Layton is warning Utahns after she fell victim to a virtual kidnapping scam. “It never occurred to me at all, ever, that this was not a real situation,” Baker said. Baker says she was driving around her Layton neighborhood when she got a call from an unknown number. “A girl calls me 'mom.' She's crying hysterically. She says she's been in an accident,” Baker said. Moments later a man gets on the phone. “He wants money from me. I'm like 'Dude, slow down. I don't know what you're talking about. I don't have any money,'" Baker said. When it becomes clear that Baker isn't an easy target, they put the girl back on. FULL STORY: Layton woman warns others after falling for virtual kidnapping scam - KSTU #KSTU #Scams #Utah Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.