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Counterfeit bills passed at local restaurant


January 6, 2019

An employee at a local fast food restaurant was facing a dilemma. He accepted two $100 bills in payment for two small purchases. The currency turned out to be counterfeit, and company rules required the change he handed out, over $190, to be taken out of his paycheck.

According to court documents, Alva Police Officer John Caviness was dispatched to McDonalds in Alva on Nov. 13 for a report of counterfeit currency. He spoke to the manager and the employee who had taken the money. Caviness inspected the two $100 bills and found the paper did not have the correct texture and did not appear sta...

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