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March 27, 2008

Albany -- An Albany man and two women were indicted  on counterfeiting charges. 38 year old Dennis Richardson is charged with 96 counts of fictitious checks and forgery.

Two accomplices, 23 year old LaShonda Taylor and Catrice Glivens are charged with conspiracy. Prosecutors say they helped Richardson pass phony bills in several cities across South Georgia and Alabama.

Richardson's house on Moultrie Road was raided January 16th. Police say they found computer and printing equipment, and thousands of dollars in phony bills.

Investigators say Richardson used several people to cash in the phony 100, 50, and 20 dollar bills in Albany and several smaller towns.

Richardson could face a maximum of ten years per count if convicted.

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