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Man gets prison for phony money

9:02 AM, Jan. 25, 2013
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A Stevens Point man accused of using counterfeit bills at south-side businesses is headed to prison.

Walter Wright III, 36, was sentenced Thursday to six years, including three years of initial confinement and three years on extended supervision.

Wright is accused of making fake $20 and $50 bills and spending them at businesses in Stevens Point in September, mostly on the city's south side at places such as Hardee's and Big Hunchies Road House. Many of the businesses discovered the phony money and alerted police. ...

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