Three Windsor men facing charges for driving stolen vehicle while peddling counterfeit money

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Three Windsor, Ont. men are facing charges for allegedly driving a stolen vehicle around Windsor while peddling American counterfeit money.

On Wednesday, July 19, police were called to a report of fake US money being used at a local business. Police were given a description of the suspect and their vehicle and the accused’s license plate number. Police soon discovered the vehicle was reported stolen in Toronto.

Five men were later arrested for being in possession of the stolen vehicle. Two males were released without charges. A 22-year-old Toronto man is charged with possession of counterfeit currency and uttering counterfeit currency. A 23-year-old male from Toronto is charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000, possession of counterfeit currency, and uttering counterfeit currency. And a 22-year-old male from Windsor is charged with possession of counterfeit currency.

Read more at Blackburn News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.