McGraw Man Accused of Passing Fake $20 Facing Another Counterfeit Charge
A McGraw man arrested for passing bogus $20 dollar bills last month is facing another charge, police say he passed another bill.
20 year Bronson Marshall of 7 West Main Street, McGraw was arrested Monday and charged with a felony count of criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Cortland Police say back on May 25th Marshall attempted to use a fake $20 bill at the Bill Brothers Store on Port Watson Street.
Marshall is currently being held at the county jail on related charges, Marshall and two others were arrested at the end of May for using counterfeit cash at the Lil Treat Ice Cream Shoppe on Route 11 in Polkville
37 year old Richard Small II of 14 1/2 East Ave., Cortland and 23 year old Rhonda Ripley of 10 Northcliff Street, Cortland were all found with the funny money after workers at the ice cream stand called police.
Ripley face 11 felony counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument after she was found with 11 counterfeit twenty dollar bills.
Small and Marshall each face a single felony count of possessing a forged instrument from the orginal arrest.
Marshall was arraigned on the new charge and sent back to the county jail without bail.