Man In Lafayette, Indiana Shops At Village Pantry And Liquor Store With Counterfeit Money0
This week, a 34-year-old man in Lafayette, Indiana was arrested after purchasing items at several local stores utilizing counterfeit money. The suspect has been arrested and now sits in the Tippecanoe County Jail on two preliminary charges of forgery. The incident took place at the Village Pantry at Brady Lane and 18th street.
At this time, 34-year-old Dustin Robert Ledman purchased several items from the establishment. Then, he strolled to a liquor store on 18th street and proceeded to use counterfeit money again. The Village Pantry reported the use of counterfeit money around 1:10 PM on Tuesday.
The liquor store followed up with a similar report approximately 25 minutes later. Police eventually tracked down the suspect near Brady Lane and Commanche Trail. It is unknown whether or not the man was able to enjoy the fruits of his labor, before being hauled off to the slammer.