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Greenville teen admits to printing counterfeit money

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GREENVILLE, Pa. -

A Greenville teen has admitted to printing counterfeit money and using it throughout Mercer County.

Eighteen-year-old Nicholas Davis is connected to six cases involving fake money under investigation by several Pennsylvania police departments.

Davis faces a felony forgery charge punishable up to 10 years in prison.

Eighteen-year-old Mathew Johnson and a 17-year-old boy also face charges in the case.


 

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