ST. MARYS, Ga. -- Police in St. Marys say they have arrested the man responsible for making bogus twenty-dollar bills as part of a counterfeit scheme in Southeast Georgia.
A Facebook post by the St. Marys Police Department says Jacorey Anderson, 25, was arrested Monday after police were able to gain new information into the scheme.
Police say several of Anderson's fake twenty-dollar bills were used at businesses in Camden County.
A search of Anderson's home reportedly yielded a printer used for counterfeiting as well as drug manufacturing materials.
Anderson was booked into the Camden County Sheriff's Office Public Safety Complex and faces charges of possession of drug manufacturing equipment and forgery.