7-elevan scam

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. — The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a passing of counterfeit money that occurred on March 23 and March 24, 2022, at two 7-Eleven locations:

▪️ 3855 Old Town Road, Huntingtown, MD 20639
▪️ 15 N Solomons Island Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678

The suspect pictured above passed a $100 bill at each location. She is described as a white female, approximately 40-50 years old with brown curly hair. On both days she was wearing the same clothing as pictured – a black t-shirt, green camouflage pants, and flip-flops.

Anyone with information on this suspect or incident is asked to contact Deputy Shoemaker at Cody.Shoemaker@calvertcountymd.gov. Please refer to case number 22-16199.

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6 Comments

  1. So the private held internationally owned Federal Reserve bank can get away with printing pieces of paper with numbers on them, backed by nothing, but the people can’t?

    1. Yes, but see also Bitcoin. People can create worthless things too you just cannot call it a $100 bill.

  2. The thing people will resort to when desperate .Yet in desperation it is easier to commit sin …with that 100 faker she committed the sins of theft and greed ..
    There is help out there looking to aid those in need ..
    God is watching ,, ask for help, his door is always open

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