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Girl Scouts receive counterfeit bills, woman sought

Lisa Mosby Lisa Mosby , 3/7/2014
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R. David Bulen Insurance, CA, Counterfeit MoneySome Inland Girl Scouts got a hard life lesson this week when they discovered their cookies had been paid for with counterfeit bills. Scouts in Lake Elsinore received two fake $20s on Thursday, Feb. 27, and in Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday there were two reports of girls selling cookies who were paid with counterfeit $50s. Riverside County sheriff’s officials on Tuesday released surveillance images of a woman they described as a “person of interest” in the Lake Elsinore case and are asking for help from the public to identify her. The fraud was reported Thursday night outside the Stater Bros. supermarket at Lakeshore and Riverside drives, sheriff’s officials said. But it appears the person who passed the bills didn’t receive any change — just $40 in cookies, Lt. Dave Knudson said. It was unclear whether the person who bought the cookies was aware the bills were counterfeit. Knudson said deputies are investigating other similar incidents in the Lake Elsinore area. In Thursday’s case, at least, the Girl Scouts quickly made up their loss. Knudson said the deputy who responded to initial call — Daniel Householder — gave the girls $40 out of his own pocket to replace the counterfeit bills. Sheriff’s officials said they don’t know if the counterfeit incidents in Rancho Cucamonga might be related to the one in Lake Elsinore. Authorities ask that anyone with information call Investigator Esteban Carranza at the sheriff’s Lake Elsinore Station, 951-245-3300. Content provided by