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Hundreds in counterfeit cash was spent on family's behalf, defendant tells judge

By Rob Shikina

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 20, 2014

~~<p>A 25-year-old man told a federal judge in Honolulu Tuesday that he was trying to help his family when he used counterfeit money at a Waikiki discount store where he worked as a security guard.</p>
<p>Remmington Francis told Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi that he received the counterfeit money from co-defendant Nathan Niihau as part of a scheme to turn counterfeit money into real cash.</p>
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A 25-year-old man told a federal judge in Honolulu Tuesday that he was trying to help his family when he used counterfeit money at a Waikiki discount store where he worked as a security guard.

Remmington Francis told Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi that he received the counterfeit money from co-defendant Nathan Niihau as part of a scheme to turn counterfeit money into real cash. Login for more...



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