A North Dakota man is accused of using counterfeit money to gamble in bars.
MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A North Dakota man is accused of using counterfeit money to gamble in bars.
Joshua Jones, of Minot, has been indicted in federal court on a pair of counterfeiting charges.
Authorities say he gambled with $950 in bogus bills at two Minot bars on June 19.
A federal affidavit says police identified Jones at the second bar after employees at the first bar gave a description that included a swastika tattoo on his neck.
A federal public defender was not available for comment.
Arraignment is scheduled for Aug. 31.