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7/14/05

Lubbock Grand Jury Indicts Eight For Counterfeit Operations

Making and using fake money could send eight people to prison for up to 25 years.

A Lubbock Federal Grand Jury indicted Tasha Garcia, Dejuan Willis, Corey Smith and Herman Brent Brooks on counterfeiting charges Wednesday. The group tried to use fake money at a Levelland convenience store. When the clerk called the police, the group drove away, ripping the gasoline nozzle from the pump.

The same Lubbock Federal Grand Jury also indicted Brian Parsons, Devan Williams, Johnny Dickey and Richard Corder. They're accused of using fake money they made in a Lubbock hotel.

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