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Woman accused of stealing $1,000 bill

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A 1934 series $1000 bill (Source: Wikimedia Commons) A 1934 series $1000 bill (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Dana Miller (Source: LMDC) Dana Miller (Source: LMDC)
Reverse side of a 1934 series $1000 bill (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Reverse side of a 1934 series $1000 bill (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Police added new charges Friday for a woman who is accused of stealing a variety of items from a victim’s home, including a car, keys to a boat, a checkbook and a rare 1934 series $1,000 bill.

Dana Miller allegedly pawned the bill at a money exchange center on S. 3rd Street, receiving $1,500, according to court records. The car, a Cadillac Fleetwood, was found at an auto care center on Dixie Highway, the report says.

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Miller is now charged with theft, criminal possession of a forged instrument and a number of other misdemeanors and violations. The report indicates that additional charges may be filed.

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