Thursday, June 28, 2012

Three Arrested For Passing Phoney Money
Three people have been arrested after trying to pass counterfeit money at the Fort Henry Drive WalMart. Five fake 100 dollar bills were allegedly given as payment on an item. 29 year old Juwann Woodbury went outside, changed ball caps and then returned the item for a refund of real money. Loss Prevention employees identified Woodbury and 26 year old Latoria Houston and 31 yea rold Devon Peoples as the ones who passed the bogus bills. The three are from North Carolina and are lodged in the Sullivan County Jail. (jb)

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