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Phony Money Leads To Two Arrests

A couple of people allegedly found some money in a recycled paper bin, and decided to do some shopping.

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The problem was, the money was allegedly counterfeit. In the story from WNYT, 56-year-old Ronnie Ballard of Dresden and 46-year-old Timothy Krywy of Fort Ann, both work for a paper mill in Glens Falls, claimed that they discovered the money in the bin. They allegedly took their find of about $3,000 dollars, and then allegedly went shopping.

The two were arrested and are both charged with a felony. The case is being investigated by the United States Secret Service.

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