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Counterfeit Currency Investigation and Arrest
Published: February 13, 2014

On February 4, 2014, the Gassville Police Department received a complaint from a local business concerning a male subject attempting to pass a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. The suspect left the business prior to the arrival of police.

On February 5th, 2014, Mountain Home police received a report from a local bank concerning a counterfeit ten dollar bill. The counterfeit currency was received in the deposit from a local business in Mountain Home. The counterfeit currency serial number matched the same number found on counterfeit currency in Gassville.

On February 11th, during the follow-up investigation and a review of video footage, Gassville police identified the suspect. Special Agents of the Arkansas State Police and Gassville police interviewed an additional witness and then met the suspect at his residence in Gassville.  Pursuant to an interview and subsequent search of the residence, a printer believed used during the counterfeiting process was seized.

On February 11th, Gassville police responded to another counterfeit currency complaint at a another local business. A counterfeit ten dollar bill was passed sometime during the past week to make a purchase. The same suspect was identified in this complaint as in the February 4th complaint.

On or about February 11th, a local Gassville bank reported receiving a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. The bill was received in a deposit from a Gassville business.

Pursuant to the joint investigation involving the Gassville Police Department, Special Agents of the Arkansas State Police, and the Mountain Home Police Department, the suspect, LONNIE MICHAEL TOLLIVER, 32 of Gassville, was charged with the following on February 11th:

Forgery 1st Degree (4 counts)

Criminal Possession of a Forgery Device 

He was incarcerated in the Baxter County Detention Facility with bond set at $100,000. The U.S. Secret Service has been contacted and expected to join the investigation soon.

Chief Tim Mayfield, Gassville Police Department 

Chief Carry Manuel, Mountain Home Police Department

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