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Employee spots fake money, police arrest forgery suspect

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:30 p.m. HST, Jul 31, 2013

An alert employee is credited with helping to catch a man who allegedly tried to pass a counterfeit bill at a Waipahu business.

Police said a 35-year-old man tried to buy items using a counterfeit bill, but the employee recognized the bill was fake and called police.

The suspect tried to run when officers arrived, but police caught him a short distance away and arrested him on suspicion of forgery and resisting arrest.

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HD36 wrote:
Silly guy. Only Ben Bernacke can legally counterfeit money. Or should I say, fiat currency.
on July 31,2013 | 07:35PM
loquaciousone wrote:
If any one can tell me what President is on the hundred dollar bill, I'll give them one.
on August 1,2013 | 07:13AM
AmbienDaze wrote:
trick question. franklin wasn't a president.
on August 1,2013 | 07:35AM
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