News Foursome Attempt to Pass off Counterfeit Money SHARE ON: Rosalind Russell, staff Tuesday, Oct. 10th, 2017 One person is dead and another injured after two tractor trailers collided on Highway 69. Photo supplied Four people have been arrested after trying to pass counterfeit money. Last Tuesday morning, East Algoma and Espanola OPP officers and the OPP Canine Unit were alerted to a black sports utility vehicle with occupants who tried to pass counterfeit money at a general store in Webbwood and shortly after that, at a gas station in Massey. Police stopped the vehicle on Highway 108, south of Elliot Lake shortly after noon. The four occupants were arrested and searched with several counterfeit American $100 bills found on one of the women. Officers then searched the vehicle and found a plastic bag containing over $4,500 of bogus U.S. $100 bills, a quantity of credit cards, female driver’s licences, several cheques with company names and credit card receipts. Officers also found a small quantity of marihuana and alcohol. As a result, the two men and two women from four southern Ontario cities were arrested and charged with a number of charges including possession of forged documents with intent, uttering counterfeit money, fraud under $5,000 and possession of marihuana. Anyone with information is asked to call East Algoma Crime OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).