2 people charged in western Nebraska counterfeiting case
Jul. 10, 2018
SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — Two Colorado residents have been accused of counterfeiting money in western Nebraska.
The Nebraska State Patrol says 32-year-old Christopher Humphries, of Denver, and 31-year-old Jaclyn Greer-Humphries, of Fort Collins, were arrested July 5 after officers searched their residence in Sidney. The patrol says investigators found counterfeit money and items being used to make the fake cash.
Both are charged with forgery and criminal possession of forgery devices. Humphries also is charged with terroristic threats. His attorney didn't immediately return a call Tuesday from The Associated Press. A phone listed for her attorney rang unanswered during several calls seeking comment.
Both are due back in court Friday for a preliminary hearing.