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Man Charged With Using Counterfeit Bills at Alpine Valley

A man is charged with two counts of forgery after allegedly using fake $20 at Alpine Valley Ski Resort. According to the LGRN, 31-year-old Daniel Fuessle of Arlington Heights, Illinois is charged with two counts of uttering forgery, and obstructing an officer. Police were called to the resort on December 26th when two counterfeit $20 bills were attempted to be used to buy a ski lift pass. The man has also used real money, but walked away before they could ask him about the fake bills. Four days later, police returned to the resort for the same reason. That’s where they were told Fuessle attempted to do the same thing again. Fuessle gave police an alias, as well as fake addresses and phone numbers before identifying himself. Fuessle alleged that received some of the money from an ATM and some from family in a Christmas card

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