Man used fake cash to make $2 garage sale purchase

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Date: October 11th, 2012

Category: Nutty News

Texas – A Pearland man has been charged with using fake money for a $2 garage sale purchase, according to the Friendswood Police Department.

Jimmy Weaver Estes,31, has been charged with forgery, police said.

A judge set $40,000 bail for Estes, who has prior arrests for assault, theft, burglary, forgery and drug charges.

Friendswood police responded to a call from the site of a garage sale in the 100 block of Brigadoon, where the suspect allegedly passed a $20 counterfeit bill to buy a $2 shirt.  Full Article



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2 Responses to “Man used fake cash to make $2 garage sale purchase”

  1. Lillian Says:

    Ouch. He is really hurting for money.

  2. William Says:

    Yes I wish there was a way becuase I am hurting.

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