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Counterfeit $100 bills may have originated in Marion County

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Landmark News Service

Although two $100 counterfeit bills were passed in Bardstown recently, at least one of them was unbeknownst to the person presenting it.

Rick McCubbin, Bardstown Police Department interim chief, said two businesses notified police Monday that they had received counterfeit bills. One of the offenders was detained on the spot after the cashier realized the bill was fake. He waited for police and told them he had cashed a check in Marion County and received the bill there.


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