Students Accused Of Making Funny Money

A trio of high school students could be facing some serious charges, after police say they made funny money.

Police say the Boyle County High School students tried to pass two counterfeit ten- dollar bills in the cafeteria.

The Advocate Messenger reports the clerk was suspicious and called police.

There's no word yet on whether those students will be charged, but a prosecutor now has the case.


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  • by Well Location: London on Sep 11, 2008 at 05:49 AM
    With the way they're jacking up lunch prices like there's no tomorrow, a lot of us would probably do the same!

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