Thursday, October 04, 2012

Man Arrested For Trying To Pass Counterfeit Money
Police investigators have charged a Johnson City man with trying to use counterfeit money. 26 year old Jerry Blevins Junior has been charged with four counts of Attempted Criminal Simulation. He's alleged to have tried to pass the bogus bills at a Johnson City business. Mr. Blevins was in possession of a couterfeit bill when he was arrested by Investigator Thomas Dillard. (jb)

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