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Counterfeit Bill Turned Over to Police

06-05-2006:

A counterfeit Twenty Dollar ($20.00) bill in U.S. currency was handed to a Domino's Pizza delivery driver on Monday, June 5, 2006, after the delivery of a pizza on Orange Street.  Upon returning to the store, the bill was more closely examined.  Suspecting the bill was fake, the police were summoned. 

 

The case is being investigated as a forgery of U.S. currency, a Third Degree Felony in Texas.

 

Based on the evidence collected during the investigation, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Carl William Berry, Jr., a 20-year-old Sweeny resident.

 

On Thursday, July 13, 2006, Berry was arrested by the Brazoria County Sheriff's Department in West Columbia, Texas.  Berry was transported to the Detention Center in Angleton where he was jailed in lieu of $15,000 bond.

 


 

CASE SUMMARY

 

 Date

 Event

06-05-2006

Offense

07-13-2006 Arrest 

07-18-2006

Released from custody on $15K bond

 


 

 

 

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