December 11, 2013
Its a lesson that a 13-year-old Russellville boy won't soon
The teen was placed in juvenile detention Monday after police
said he tried to purchase his school lunch with a fake $10 bill.
Police said the middle school student admitted he made the bogus
currency on his home computer.
Russellville Police Chief Chris Hargett said the youngster was
charged with possession of a forged instrument.
Its a Class B felony under Alabama law that carries a possible
prison term of 2-20 years in prison.
Hargett said the boy could also face federal charges.
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