Hallowell man charged with passing bogus $50 bills
Police in Maine say a 31-year-old man faces two felony forgery charges for allegedly passing off two counterfeit $50 bills at supermarkets.
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#1 Dec 12, 2010
It was a supermarket not a liqueur store maybe he was just hungry and in this economy if the government can print more money to pay for stuff is he so bad?
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