LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Criminal charges have been filed for three people accused of using fake money at stores across Greater Lafayette.
23-year-old Vashaun Hannah of West Lafayette has been charged for multiple felonies, including conspiracy to commit forgery, forgery, false informing, and theft.
40-year-old Scotty Gatlin of Chicago and 26-year-old Donilla Dismukes of West Lafayette were also charged with conspiracy to commit forgery.
According to court documents, the trio would pay for items with the fake money then take turns returning the items to stores for real money. Some of the stores hit include Menards on Creasy Lane, Walmart on Veterans Memorial Parkway, along with many others.
Lafayette police are still investigating the case. NewsChannel 18 will continue to follow the story.
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