Accused Counterfeiter Back in Lethbridge Court

A 25 year old man who faces several charges relating to passing counterfeit U.S. money will remain in custody until his next court date.

A 25 year old man who faces several charges relating to passing counterfeit U.S. money will remain in custody until his next court date. Jesse Clinton James Dunham made an appearance in Lethbridge Provincial Court Wednesday. He's been charged with nine counts each of uttering counterfeit money, possession of property obtained by crime, and fraud under $5000.00 along with one count of laundering the proceeds of crime. Dunham and a co-accused, 22 year old Billie-Anne Paulette of Coaldale were arrested last week and charged in connection with the passing of counterfeit American $20.00 bills. Dunham will be back in court September 30th. Paulette's next appearance is scheduled for October 12th.

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