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2 arrested in Demopolis fake cash case

Brittney Drummond (Source: Demopolis Police) Brittney Drummond (Source: Demopolis Police)
Renee Trippe (Source: Demopolis Police) Renee Trippe (Source: Demopolis Police)

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DEMOPOLIS, AL (WSFA) - The Demopolis Police Department says it has arrested two females and charged both with Possession of Forged Instrument First degree in connection with passing Counterfeit $100.00 dollar bills.

Brittney Dawn Drummond, 19 and Renee Nicole Trippe, 25, both of Greensboro were arrested in the case.

Demopolis Chief of Police Tommie Reese thanked the public for tips that led to the arrestssays "he wants to thanks the public for their tips which lead to these arrests".  Reese said he wished more people would get involved with helping the police, "because this is our community." 

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