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2 Charged in Delaware Park Counterfeit Cash Scheme

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Patricia Dorsey Patricia Dorsey
Adrian Irving Adrian Irving

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP/WBOC)- Two people are under arrest for an alleged counterfeit cash scheme at Delaware Park.

Delaware gaming enforcement officials say a cage cashier at the park was knowingly exchanging legitimate currency with fake bills given to her by an accomplice.

Officials identified the cashier as 28-year-old Patricia Dorsey of Chester, Pa. They say her accomplice was 36-year-old Adrian Irving of Upland, Pa.

Dorsey was arrested July 15 and Irving on Sept. 20 after being extradited from Pennsylvania where he was serving time on other charges. Both were charged with felony forgery, felony theft and felony conspiracy.   

Dorsey was released on $19,000 unsecured bond and Irving was released on $56,000 unsecured bond. Both were ordered to have no contact with the victims and all Delaware casinos.

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