Man Scammed 11-Year-Old Boy, Bought Juice With A Fake $100 & Took Change
Man Purchased Juice From 11-Year-Old Boy Lemonade Stand With A Fake $100 Bill & Collected $85 Change
An 11-year-old boy in Everett, Washington, was scammed by a man who bought a drink from the boy’s lemonade stand with a counterfeit $100 bill, the police said.
A Facebook post by the Everett Police Department said an 11-year-old named Jeremy spent his allowance money to set up a lemonade stand to earn extra cash during the summer when a man approached the boy with a fake $100 bill.
The Facebook post said the man bought a drink from Jeremy with the counterfeit bill but asked for exact change, to which Jeremy could give only $85 using his allowance.
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Jeremy found out the $100 bill was a fake when he tried to purchase something at a local gas station, according to the Everett Police Department.
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