St. Joseph Man Indicted for Possession of Counterfeit Bills

Published 02/13 2014 11:17AM

Updated 02/13 2014 10:57PM

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.) Two men, including one from St. Joseph, were indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury for separate, unrelated cases of possessing counterfeit bills.

Jackie L. Busey, 28, of St. Joseph was charged in a two-count indictment. Busey is accused of attempting to pass a counterfeit $50 bill in Boone County, Mo., in 2012. Busey is also charged with possessing 74 counterfeit $50 bills and 17 counterfeit $100 bills. He was arrested near the Fieldhouse Bar in Columbia, Mo.

Kevin Glenn McCuiston, 36, of Moberly, Mo., is accused of possessing 49 $50 bills.

The cases were investigated by the U.S. Secret Service, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Columbia Mo., Police Department.


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