One arrested, two others sought for passing counterfeit $100 bills

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One suspect, and two others sought for attempting to pass counterfeit $100 bills in Dauphin County.  Susquehanna Township Police say Joshua Deeley, 19, and two other males were passing the counterfeit bills at local retail establishments.

The investigation began earlier this month on February 1, when Gabriel Brothers, in the Union Square Plaza alerted police that a man in their store was attempting to make a purchase with a counterfeit bill.  After being denied at Gabriel Brothers, the suspects tried again at the Weis Markets, which also refused to accept the bill.

In addition to Deeley, police identified Tyshawn McDonald and Kyle Marshall as the driver in the case. Deeley was arraigned today and sent to Dauphin County Prison after failing to post bail.   Arrest warrants have been issued for McDonald and Marshall. All three face charges of Forgery and Conspiracy to Commit Forgery. Police encourage the two men to turn themselves in.


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