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News – “Police: Men bought fast food with fake $100” – A man who bought $28 worth of fast food with counterfeited money was later found with meth in his vehicle. 

Two people went through a drive-thru at a fast food restaurant near Russell Street and Minnesota Avenue on Tuesday and paid for about $28 worth of food with a fake $100 bill, said police spokesman Sam Clemens. 

The employee noticed the bill was fake after the car drove away, but was able to provide a vehicle description to police. 

The vehicle was found in the 600 block of West Russell Street and both suspects ran from officers. 

One man was arrested in the 1300 block of South Spring Avenue. Meth was found in the vehicle. 

Of course meth was involved because why wouldn’t it be


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