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Man accused of impersonating police officer, using counterfeit cash

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David Williams (Saginaw Township Police Dept.) David Williams (Saginaw Township Police Dept.)
SAGINAW COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

A Mid-Michigan man has been arrested, accused of passing bogus cash at local businesses.

Investigators said David Williams, 49, was arrested near his Saginaw Township home after several area businesses reported someone using counterfeit cash.

Officials also said that sometimes Williams impersonated a law enforcement officer while using the money.

He was arrested on Oct. 21 and is charged with Manufacturing Counterfeit Currency, five counts of Passing Counterfeit Currency and three counts of impersonating a Police Officer in the commission of a crime.

He’s being held in the Saginaw County Jail.

Any area businesses that have been victimized are asked to call Saginaw Township Police at (989) 793-2310.

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