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Stupid Case File for March 15, 2005

Use Fake $$ to Buy Drugs = Someone Will Get You

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A trio of Florida wise guys are lucky to have been arrested.
That's because the jokers were allegedly printing funny money on a home laser printer — and then using it to pay drug dealers.
Macclenny, Fla., residents Jeremy Randall Johnson, 32, and Kyle David Duncan and Adam Mallett, both 17, were charged last month with felony counterfeiting charges, said Chuck Brannan, chief investigator for the Baker County Sheriff's Office.
Brannan said Friday the teenagers would print about $20 to $30 at a time — in $1, $5 and $10 bills — on a Hewlett-Packard combination scanner/laser printer in one boy's family kitchen.
They'd then use the phony moolah to buy drugs from street dealers, he said. The fake bills started showing up in local stores on Feb. 2.
By the time of the trio's arrests Feb. 17, Brannan said, "there had been some threats from drug dealers."
Brannan said Duncan showed him how they printed the bills on the machine, which was seized. The resulting fake $1 bill was of good quality, Brannan said.
The 17-year-olds might be charged as adults, especially Duncan, who has a police record.
The Secret Service, which has jurisdiction over counterfeiting, told authorities to prosecute the three in county court, Brannan said.
Macclenny is about 30 miles west of Jacksonville.


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