JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) - A Jamestown man is accused of using counterfeit twenty-dollar bills to pay for a pizza delivery. The pizza company contacted the Jamestown Police.
Police say 22-year-old Michael B. Gordon used fake bills to pay for $60 worth of pizza. Police say investigators used a search warrant and conducted a search of Gordon's home.
According to police, they found counterfeit money and computer equipment used to print counterfeit money during the search of Gordon's home.
Gordon is charged with felony first-degree forgery. Additional charges are pending.
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