3 accused of making $20K in fake money, spending it in San Antonio area, Kerrville police say
SAN ANTONIO – Three people have been accused of manufacturing up to $20,000 in counterfeit cash and using it throughout San Antonio, Boerne and Kerrville over the course of several months, according to police. According to police, a report of counterfeit money was made at a McCoy’s Building Supply Store in Kerrville. An employee said the two people who used the money went to the Motel 6 after making a purchase. AdA search of one of the rooms led to the discovery of equipment and supplies for manufacturing money. Police said as much as $20,000 in counterfeit money was manufactured and spent.
Virus spike prompts big California about face on reopenings
The governor also said he plans to announce on Wednesday plans to "toggle back" the states stay-at-home order. Newsom says indoor operations at restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, family entertainment centers, movie theaters, zoos and museums and cardroom gambling businesses must close. The bottom line is the spread of this virus continues at a rate that is particularly concerning, Newsom said. And he suggested that state officials would first try to convince non-compliant businesses to cooperate instead of penalizing them. Confirmed coronavirus cases in California have increased nearly 50% over the past two weeks.