counterfeit currency

A woman who reportedly passed fake money at McDonald's in Vidor found herself in real trouble after an officer reportedly discovered methamphetamine and more counterfeit currency inside her purse on June 13.

Vidor Police Department Officer Eric Meineke reported being dispatched to McDonald's on Main Street in Vidor after midnight, at 12:39 a.m., in reference to a customer passing a counterfeit bill at the drive-thru. When he arrived, he questioned the woman trying to pay with the faux dough and identified her as 45-year-old Tiffany Michelle Cleckley. 


The Little Caesar's Pizza place in Orange called police Sept. 23 after receiving counterfeit currency as payment for a purchase, reports Officer David Vaughn. 

According to a police report written by Vaughn, the officer responded to 2421 16th St. in Orange in reference to the discovery of the fake money. The manager told the officer that a customer had come in and paid with a counterfeit $50 bill. The customer service representative took the bill and provided change to the customer, who then left with food and some of the store's real cash. 


Police in Vidor arrested four people for forgery after they allegedly attempted to pass counterfeit currency at three local businesses, reports Chief Rod Carroll. 

According to a news release from the Vidor Police Department (VPD), officers responded to a call reporting several counterfeit bills that had been used as payment at the Dollar General store in the 300 block of Main Street at 10:15 a.m. Jan. 31.  The clerk told officers that two males and a female passed fake two $20 bills and a $50 bill.