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Three Suspects Arrested In Case Involving Counterfeit Money
L-R: Nicholas Eugene Haggins, Amber May Marley, Elizabeth Marie Folsom
Courtesy of Granite Falls Police Department

Three Suspects Arrested In Case Involving Counterfeit Money

34-year-old Nicholas Eugene Haggins, 34-year-old Amber May Marley, and 31-year-old Elizabeth Marie Folsom, all of the same North Main Street, Granite Falls, address, were arrested by Granite Falls Police Officers. They’re each charged with one count of felony possession of counterfeit instrument or currency.

Last Friday (December 10), the Granite Falls Police Department executed a search warrant at an address on North Main Street in Granite Falls. The search warrant was issued based on information that counterfeit money was being kept in the residence. As of the time the information was released by Granite Falls Police earlier this week, $3,673 in counterfeit money had been seized from the residence.

WHKY reported on the arrest of Folsom Monday (December 13), Granite Falls Police released more information on the case along with details on the additional arrests the following day. All three individuals were given a $10,000 secured bond. They were scheduled to make their first court appearance Monday. The next District Court date for each suspect is scheduled for January 3. The investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are anticipated.