Pair Accused of Giving Amish Vendors Counterfeit Money

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WAYNE COUNTY, Ohio– A man and woman are arrested, accused of passing hundreds of dollars of counterfeit money to Amish roadside vendors.

Wayne County sheriff’s deputies said that after receiving license plate information from one of the victims, they spotted the suspect vehicle at a gas station in Mt. Eaton on Friday, June 28.

Deputies said they found counterfeit money and produce items in the vehicle.

Authorities said the suspects; Monica Nussbaum, 25; and Eric Ramey, 28, both of Orville, were arrested and face a variety of charges at both the local and federal level.

The counterfeit money consisted of $1 bills that had been altered to appear as 100s and 50s.

More people could be charged in the case.

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