An Albemarle, NC woman was arrested Wednesday for being in possession of items used to make counterfeit money, according to a police report.

The woman had 5 items in her possession that are typically used in counterfeiting currency.

The woman had her bond set at $4,000 and issued a February 11 court date.  Officers at the Albemarle Police Department have stated local business have been complaining about certain customers attempting to use counterfeit money for purchases.  The Abemarle Police Department had been working with the United States Secret Service in the counterfeiting case eventually uncovering the woman as the prime suspect in the case.  Any criminal charge can bring hardship to the person facing the accusations.

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