More counterfeit money found in Murfreesboro, two women arrested

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Two women were apprehended in reference to using counterfeit ten dollar bills at Kroger on Middle Tennessee Boulevard. A worker in the store became suspicious when their money would not work in the self check out lane.

Police arrived and spoke to the females and one woman told Officer Terry Spence they got the money out of an ATM machine. The story then changed several more times before they were eventually arrested for passing counterfeit money.

41-Year old Wendy Whatley was charged with “Criminal Simulation” and Christy Anderson was charged with “Counterfeit / Forgery, possession of a prescription drug without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia.”


A total of five fake $10 bills have been seized.



Fake $10 bill SN #JF08148456C
MPD Incident Report #14-8481

Previous Cases:

MPD Incident Report #14-7053, #14-6873, #14-6879, #14-7056, #14,7827, #14-8166

Number on bill: IF90991788D
Number on bill: JH29ZS2201B

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