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Counterfeit bill leads to arrest of woman renewing car registration

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:05 a.m. HST, Feb 27, 2013

A 46-year-old woman was arrested Monday after she allegedly tried to pay her vehicle registration with a counterfeit bill. 

The incident occurred at 2:15 p.m. at the Wahiawa Satellite City Hall. 

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of forgery.

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allie wrote:
too much of this kind of thing going on
on February 27,2013 | 07:20AM
akuboatcaptain wrote:
paying for bs with bs, sounds redundant.
on February 27,2013 | 07:45AM
IAmSane wrote:
If you really believe that, then just stop driving. See? Now you won't have to pay anymore.
on February 27,2013 | 10:48PM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
I guess the only real thing was her car registration. Wait...
on February 27,2013 | 09:05AM
cojef wrote:
Could be she got it from a bank. Bank tellers are not above suspicion.
on February 27,2013 | 09:12AM
HD36 wrote:
All fiat currencies in the history of the world have always gone to their intrinsic value : 0.00
on February 27,2013 | 02:14PM
IAmSane wrote:
Whoa, take it easy there, Ron Paul.
on February 27,2013 | 08:59PM
soundofreason wrote:
Wait a minute! Am i to understand that she made it through the line at all the way to the counter? THAT'S the news here!!
on February 27,2013 | 05:41PM
soundofreason wrote:
What's the difference whether she printed it or the govt did? Equally worthless in the end.
on February 27,2013 | 05:42PM
ejkorvette wrote:
As "Allie" pointed out, this happens way too much in the State of Hawaii. My First and only question is: How much jail time is given to these offenders? If it is small jail time, then this is a big reason why there is no Deterremt! Last time I checked, Counterfeiting and/or the passing of "phony bills" is a Federal offense. Which brings, and should bring, a significant jail sentence!!!
on February 27,2013 | 08:04PM
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