UPDATE: Four people charged in counterfeit money case in Louisa

Update from June 25, 2021:

LOUISA, Ky. (WTVQ) – Four people have been charged in connection to a counterfeit money case in Louisa, according to a post on the Louisa Police Department’s Facebook page.

The social media post from police says Dustin Henry, Brian Wolford, Amy Gnatt and Kenneth Fitch, all of Lawrence County, have been charged with Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 1st-degree, which is a Class ‘C’ felony.

Police say in the post the case will be presented to a Lawrence County Grand Jury.  No other details about the case were immediately available.

Dustin Henry/Louisa Police/Facebook

Brian Wolford/Louisa Police/Facebook

Amy Gnatt/Louisa Police/Facebook

Kenneth Fitch/Louisa Police/Facebook



Original story below from June 21, 2021:

LOUISA, Ky. (WTVQ) – Police in Louisa are warning of counterfeit money circulating in the city.

Police say most of the bogus bills are $20’s and have “Copy Money” written on them.

Police are encouraging businesses and individuals to be on the lookout for the funny money and to check all bills.

Anyone with information about the counterfeit cash is asked to email Louisa Police Detective Hunter James at hjames@louisapd.org or Sergeant Steven Wilburn at swilburn@louisapd.org.


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