Counterfeit bill passed at Burger King again.

February 3, 2021


Counterfeit bill passed at Burger King again.

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PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — A counterfeit $50 bill was reportedly passed at the Burger King restaurant located in the 5100 block of West US 10 Tuesday, Feb. 2, shortly after 9 p.m., said Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole.

“This is the second such case within a week at Burger King,” said Sheriff Cole.

The following is other activity of the Mason County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021:

  • 7:40 a.m., car/deer crash, no injury, Scottville Rd north of Conrad Road, Custer Township.
  • 7:44 a.m., car/deer crash, no injury, Angling Road south of Manales Road, Victory Township.
  • 10:12 a.m., one-vehicle rollover crash, minor injury, Jebavy Drive and Jagger Road, Hamlin Township.
  • 10:20 a.m., two-vehicle crash, no injury, US 10 east of Pere Marquette Highway, Pere Marquette Township.
  • 6:14 p.m., car/deer crash, no injury, Deren Road west of Pere Marquette Highway, Summit Township.
  • 10:02 p.m., a 43-year-old Scottville man was arrested for third-offense operating while intoxicated and resisting arrest following a traffic stop related to a “reckless driver” complainant, State and Reinberg Streets, City of Scottville. “The suspect reportedly attempted to walk away from the traffic stop and refused deputies’ commands,” said Sheriff Cole.   
  • 10:08 p.m., two-vehicle crash, no injury, US 10 east of the US 31 freeway, Amber Township.

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