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Two Md. Teens Arrested for Passing Phony Money

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EASTON, Md.- Two Easton teenagers are facing charges following accusations that they passed counterfeit currency at the McDonald's on two separate incidences.

Easton police said that shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday, officers responded to the McDonald's on Marlboro Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency. According to the complaint, two female suspects had passed counterfeit currency at this location on Oct. 22 and again on Nov. 5.

Police said the while investigating the incident, other Easton police officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle matching the description of the suspect vehicle that had passed the counterfeit currency. Upon further investigation, 18-year-old Chikyra Stocker and 19-year-old Shamiah Johnson, both of Easton, were placed under arrest for the counterfeit currency transactions.

Both Stocker and Johnson were each charged with one count of issuing forged currency and one count of theft under $100. Both were then released on their personal recognizance.

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