When trying to return a printer at Walmart, remember to remove the counterfeit bills from it first

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From Chippewa.com:

A single sheet of two photocopied $100 bills was in a printer Jarad S. Carr unsuccessfully tried to return to Walmart in Lake Hallie on Thursday, village police said.

After Carr physically resisted being arrested, police say they found three more counterfeit $100 bills on the man, who was also wanted on burglary and armed robbery warrants from St. Croix County.

According to Lake Hallie Police Chief Cal Smokowicz:

Police were called to Walmart at 3:05 p.m. Thursday because Carr, 37, of West Bend was trying to return a printer without receipts or proof he bought it from the Lake Hallie Walmart.

While inspecting the printer, a single sheet with two counterfeit $100 bills printed on it was found.

Carr insisted on returning the printer even after Walmart staffers refused to take it.

Officer Sam Eaton and Smokowicz talked to Carr, who said he didn’t want to speak to officers. After being told he was under arrest, Carr physically resisted at the store’s service counter.

Carr made repeated verbal threats to harm the officers. He was taken into custody without anyone being injured.

Police then found three additional counterfeit $100 bills on Carr, who was arrested for attempted theft by fraud, forgery and resisting arrest.

A second man, who was with Carr trying to return the printer, is who police are terming as a person of interest. Anyone with information about this man should call the Lake Hallie Police at 715-726-2666.