Batesville, AR - Man Bought Pack of Cigarettes Using Bill Clinton $100 Bill
Batesville, AR - An Arkansas man who bought a pack of cigarettes using a phony $100 bill featuring Bill Clinton’s name faces questioning by U.S. Treasury agents. A convenience store clerk in Batesville, Ark., called Independence County, Ark., sheriff’s deputies after a man paid for his cigarettes with the bil. Deputy Nathan Stephens responded and said the bill was obviously phony. “The bill was unmistakably fake due to the fact that the ink was running on the bill,” “and for the president’s name, it had the name Clinton on it,” Stephens said. Ad man returned to the store while Stephens was there and said “I asked him if he knew the bill was fake and he stated no, he thought it was real.” Charges of counterfeiting were being prepared and the U.S. Treasury Department is expected to become involved.
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