Fake money passed around in Lubbock; three men indicted - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/11/10

Fake money passed around in Lubbock; three men indicted

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) –  Three Lubbock men are indicted for spending counterfeit money.

A Lubbock federal grand jury indicted Oved David Valenzuela, Jessie Diego Jimenez, and Alexander Amador on Wednesday afternoon.

The indictment says counterfeit $100 bills were spent at places like United Grocery Stores, Froggy Bottoms Comedy Club, La Kumbia Sports Grill, Just Smokes, Moose Magoos, Simple Simon's Pizza, and El Rodeo Nightclub.

Court records accuse the men of dealing in fake money, but not creating it. Valenzuela is accused of dealing 50 fake $100 bills.

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