Woman selling weed ripped off when her cousin reportedly paid in counterfeit cash

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In what can only be described as a surprising twist, a Michigan woman voluntarily admitted to police that she had sold weed illegally — but perhaps mostly because her cousin paid for the cannabis with counterfeit cash. Michigan State Police (MSP) reports the woman from Elmira turned over US$400 ($504) in phony bills on Feb. 28 that she reported were received as part of the earlier bud transaction. The woman knew precisely who supplied the fake bills, relaying that she had sold her cousin the weed, notes an MSP Tweet. Although she did not check the cash carrying during the deal, upon arriving home, the woman grew suspicious that the cash was bogus. “She took the bills to her place of employment to use their counterfeit detection pen, which confirmed the bills were fake,” according to the MSP. Where there’s smoke, there’s Smoke? N.Y. woman found with 90 kilograms of weed in her car Child’s suitcase used in smuggling bid involving weed, hash and cocaine Bud blunder: Guard pinched for trying to smuggle pot into prison inside food container State troopers visited the accused’s home and ended up receiving even more fake currency from the 20-year-old man. Police report that they ultimately received counterfeit cash amounting to US$1,100 ($1,386). A police report is being sent to the Otsego County prosecutor’s office for review. Cannabis and counterfeit cash are no strangers. Both were found in Ontario during a series of Ontario Provincial Police search warrants executed in conjunction with other police services more than a decade ago. Across the border, a Nebraska woman was found in possession of cannabis, drug paraphernalia and counterfeit US$100 bills last year. According to Davis Law Group , Michigan first legalized medical marijuana more than a decade ago and has since decriminalized use of recreational cannabis…

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