Deputies: Two arrested for counterfeit bills in Randolph County
ASHEBORO, N.C. — Deputies in Randolph County have arrested man and woman accused of making counterfeit dollar bills.
Bobby Dewayne Small, 26, and Heather Nichole Hollar, 25, were arrested after deputies said they found counterfeit bills in their possession.
Deputies said they started investigating on Tuesday after a counterfeit $20 bill was reported to being passed around in the western part of Randolph County.
Authorities said the bill was received by a private individual and the business of David’s Place on Hwy 64 W. in Asheboro.
Deputies said the investigation led to a search warrant being served at a home at 4861 Cameron Cir in Asheboro.
A computer and printer used to make the counterfeit bills, along with other counterfeit bills were seized, deputies said. They said two suspects were also arrested.
Small was charged with one count of possessing more than five counterfeit instruments.
Hollar was charged with two counts obtaining property by false pretense, two counts of forgery of instrument and one count of possessing more than five counterfeit instruments.
Deputies said that both suspects were placed in the Randolph County Jail under $25,000 secured bonds and have court planned for Wednesday.