In Southern Kentucky, Corbin Police say a phone call led them to fake money.
Police received the call last night, from the Corbin Bingo Parlor on the Cumberland Falls Highway. Once there, police say they found David Vincent Peace and Amanda Jo Lowrance with counterfeit bills.
Police then searched a home in Williamsburg, where they say they found more fake money.
Peace and Lowrance are now in the Whitley County Jail.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Police in Corbin have arrested two people after complaints that counterfeit money was being passed at a bingo parlor.
Corbin police arrested 44-year-old David Vincent Peace and 24-year-old Amanda Jo Lowrance last night. Both live in Whitley County.
Authorities say they found more fake bills when they searched a residence in Williamsburg.
Peace and Lowrance are charged with first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.
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