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Counterfeit Bills at City Hall

Nevada City Police have a small counterfeit caper on their hands, and it happened right under their noses…

Listen to Tim Foley 1

Police Chief Tim Foley says the funny money was intermingled with the rest of the cash, and it wasn’t until they took the money to the bank that it was noticed that the bills were a forgery. Foley says as a result, the City went out and bought two machines that make counterfeit currency easier to detect…

Listen to Tim Foley 2

The city office and the police department each get one of the detectors, which Foley says cost less than a hundred dollars each. As far as catching the criminal is concerned, Foley admits it will be difficult…

Listen to Tim Foley 3

From now on, if you pay your bills at the office with cash, each bill will be scanned, which may make your visit to City Hall a little bit longer.

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