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Former gas station employee accused of conspiracy

Police said on Aug. 19 Timothy White, 19, of 315 Wrenn Street in Apex, accepted the $100 bills and pretended to use a counterfeit marking pen when he checked the bills, according to a warrant released by the Raleigh Police Department.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — A former Kangaroo gas station employee faces charges of conspiracy after police said he accepted 20 counterfeit bills.

Police said on Aug. 19, Timothy White, 19, of 315 Wrenn Street in Apex, accepted the $100 bills and pretended to use a counterfeit marking pen when he checked the bills, according to a warrant released by the Raleigh Police Department.

White is accused of conspiring with unknown persons to commit the felony of obtaining property by false pretense.

He is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.

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