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February 10, 2010 - Counterfeit cash

Police are investigating an upcropping of counterfeit $20 bills in Lake Orion. The most recent report of a counterfeit bill came from a business on N. Park Boulevard, according to reports. Lake Orion Police Chief Jerry Narsh says the bills are very realistic and have the "feel" of legitimate currency. Each bill has the serial number GB17122332A and there is no magnetic strip inside the bill. The Lake Orion Police Department strongly urges area merchants to use counterfeit currency detection pens on all twenty dollar bills before the purchase is concluded.

Missouri drunk

A 44-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 2 for operating while intoxicated. Lake Orion police pulled the woman over after observing her "driving erratically" near M-24 and Church Street. The woman showed signs of intoxication and failed road-side sobriety tests, but refused a breathalyzer. Police believe she's living with someone in Oxford, though her listed address is in Ballwin, MO.

Malicious ex

When police got on the phone, Feb. 4, to tell a harassing caller to knock if off, the caller laughed. Lake Orion police are monitoring the situation on Buena Vista involving a man, his fiancee and the fiancee's "ex." According to reports. the ex made persistent and threatening phone calls to the man, including five phone calls while an officer was there taking the report.

Crashed party

Five underage adults were ticketed with possession of alcohol, Thursday, Jan. 4 during a "loud party" on N. Axford Street. Officers responded to noise complaints from neighbors and discovered two Lake Orion residents, two Oxford residents and one Ortonville resident in a hot tub surrounded by a "considerable amount of liquor," according to police. Those involved were all between the ages of 18 and 20.

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