Man arrested for allegedly using counterfeit bill at Norfolk business
NORFOLK, Neb. -- On Monday morning, Norfolk Police said they were called to a business for a counterfeit bill.
According to officials, employees advised that a male attempted to purchase a bottle of vodka with a counterfeit $100 bill. The officer looked at the bill, which stated "PLAY MONEY" on various parts of it, it was easily recognizable that it was not real.
NPD said they had contact with the suspect, a 33-year-old man of Norfolk, and spoke with him about attempting to pass the bill.
Authorities said he was placed under arrest for first-degree forgery, he was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and then later transferred to the Madison County Jail