It doesn't take a lot of brains to commit a crime, just a lot to keep from getting caught. Then there are criminals who seem like they don't even put effort into crime. What should have been a simple returned item by a customer ended with him in handcuffs.

$100 Bill on Display at the Chicago Federal Reserve
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Jarad Carr attempted to return his printer to Walmart in Lake Hallie, Wisconsin on Thursday March 7, 2013. Instead of store credit or his money, he received a visit from the police. Jarad allegedly showed up with the printer, but without a receipt and caused a disturbance.

Comparing a Real $100 Bill and a Counterfeit
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Walmart employees were done explaining to him they needed proof he purchased it there and called police. While checking out the printer a sheet with two counterfeit $100 bills was discovered.

Lake Hallie, Wisconsin Counterfeit Suspect Jarad Carr
Lake Hallie Police Department

As the police arrested Jarad as he resisted arrest more counterfeit money fell to the ground. Jarad is familiar with the justice system, he had active warrants for burglary and armed robbery as well.


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