Thadeus Miller Passing a Counterfeit Instrument



Thadeus Miller, 27, a resident of Fair Bluff
Thadeus Miller, 27, a resident of Fair Bluff
Thadeus Miller, 27, a resident of Fair Bluff, was arrested and now facing charges from Brunswick, Guilford, New Hanover, and Wake County.  Mr Miller,  was arrested Monday.
Miller reportedly entered the Lowes Foods at 1152 East Cutler Crossing, Leland, N.C. July 13 and was attempting to passed currency that was found to be counterfeit.

He is now  charged with two counts of obtaining property by false pretenses and one count of forgery of instrument.
His bail was set at $40,000. Any one having further knowledge about Mr Miller please contact the local sheriffs office.
  1. Brunswick County Miller is facing one count of obtaining property by false pretenses and one count of possession of counterfeit instrument/currency/check in
  2. New Hanover County; two counts of felony possession of 5+ counterfeit instruments, one count of obtaining property by false pretenses and two counts of felony uttering forged instrument in
  3. Guilford County; and he’s facing two counts of obtaining property by false pretenses, one count of uttering forged instrument and one count of felony possession of 5+ counterfeit instruments in Wake County.
If you have a bill in your possession and are unsure of its authenticity, follow these steps to certify the real value of your money. It is illegal to possess, produce, or use counterfeit money; if a prosecutor can prove that you have intent to defraud, federal law can punish you with a fine and maximum 20 years in prison. If you acquire a counterfeit banknote, you must turn it in to the appropriate authorities.

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