?Nabb resident arrested in counterfeit case PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 15 October 2008 00:00

 













?    On October 4 Charlestown Officers Joseph Jones and Jason Broady received an anonymous tip that a black colored passenger car being driven by Doug Cooper Jr. had counterfeit bills in his possession.  
    Officers spotted the car near the intersection of Highway 160 and 403 and made contact with Cooper, along with 18 year old Christopher W. Hall, and an unidentified 16 year old juvenile female. 
    Officers searched Cooper’s car and located a firearm along with $1,000 of counterfeit twenty dollar bills in Cooper’s possession.    
    Charlestown Officers determined through their investigation that the 16 year old female juvenile had actually ran away from her home and had not been seen since August.
    Subsequently, the juvenile was arrested on runaway related charges along with Hall who Police determined had several outstanding arrest warrants.  In addition to those arrests, Police arrested Cooper on several felony charges related to the counterfeit bills along with misdemeanor firearm possession charges.  
    CPD contacted agents from the U. S. Secret Service who will continue investigating counterfeit related incidents in the area.
    CPD. asks that if anyone has any additional information regarding this case to call Charlestown Police Department.  All calls to Police can remain anonymous.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2008 13:04