NC teen accused of possessing $10K in fake money

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Mitchell Kalezic

Mitchell Kalezic

CARY, N.C. — A Cary teen is accused of possessing 103 counterfeit $100 bills — which is about $10,300 in fake money.

According to the News & Observer, Mitchell Kalezic, 19, is charged with felony possession of counterfeit instruments and felony conspiracy.

Kalezic had previously been arrested on May 26 for second-degree burglary.

He was placed in the Wake County jail on a $515,000 bond.

Source: News & Observer

4 comments

  • Hobbes

    “103 counterfeit $100 bills – which is about $10,300 in fake money.”
    Yeah, “about” that much.

  • So Dumb

    According to the N&O, he was also arrested last July for selling Marijuana, MDMA, and “Opiates” to a police informant. Not a very successful criminal. Seems he needs to move on to a more successful profession that gets him out of his parents house.

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