Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. SANDUSKY POLICE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18 11:04 a.m. - 200 block W. Perkins Ave., $100 bill passed to clerk by 20 year-old black man, about 6-foot-2, thin build, thick plastic rimmed glasses, thin goatee, long hair, with feminine voice, clerk was suspicious at first, but after using three counterfeit pens which showed it to be authentic she took it, bank told her it was a counterfeit. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.


Raoul Duke

If we all agree that it's worth a hundred dollars, then, it is.


Why aren't the stores using the same equipment that the banks use? Is it to expensive? Appearantly the pens don't work. Saw in yesterday's hard copy that Perkins is having trouble with this.


Well said, Rauol, and that is all the money is worth anyway....what we all agree it is worth.