by Nick Delgado
Guam - A report of a counterfeit bill at Victoria J. Market in Mangilao has resulted in the arrest of Anthony Muna Gadia and Bernie Jones Riklong. Court documents state that the store owner called police to determine if the $100 bill given by the pair was a fake. Once officers confirmed the bogus bill, Riklong and Gadia were then arrested.
Additionally, documents state that the two told police they were given the counterfeit bills from a store in Chalan Pago, but because they attempted to use it at other locations they were booked and confined on charges of forgery as a 2nd degree felony.
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