A woman who was charged along with her boyfriend in a North Dakota counterfeit case says she will plead guilty in federal court.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A woman who was charged along with her boyfriend in a North Dakota counterfeit case says she will plead guilty in federal court.
Eighteen-year-old Kasi Switzer, of Las Vegas, is accused of manufacturing and passing bogus bills to several businesses in Watford City.
A plea hearing has not been set.
Switzer's boyfriend, Shawn Patton, also of Las Vegas, and another man, Travis Linseth, of Watford City, also are charged in the case.
Authorities say a search of a residence shared by Patton and Switzer yielded evidence, including copy paper, rubber cement, color printer cartridges, printer and paper trimmer.
A large quantity of counterfeit bills in various stages of production was found in a hotel dumpster after Switzer allegedly told police that Patton placed the items there.