Indictment accuses 3 of passing counterfeit bills
PHOENIX (AP) — A grand jury indictment accuses three people of using counterfeit bills around Yavapai County.
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office said Monday that Robert Kunard, Debra Ann Hernandez and Robert Greves are facing multiple felony counts.
Each one has been indicted on one count of fraudulent schemes and artifices and anywhere from one to five counts of forgery.
Greves also faces two counts related to drug possession.
Prosecutors say Kunard was found in possession of fake one hundred dollar bills in Peoria earlier this month.
He and Hernandez are accused of passing the bills at multiple places throughout Yavapai County.
It was not immediately known if any of the three had retained attorneys.