Counterfeit Bill-Passing Lands Bronx Man in State Prison

Vito Cerbone
Vito Cerbone
Vito S. Cerbone, age 31, of the Bronx, will serve 1 ½ to 3 years in state prison after pleading guilty to second degree Attempted Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument to be served concurrently with another indictment.

He was originally charged with 11 counts of possession of counterfeit bills. 

District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe said Cerbone attempted to exchange five counterfeit $20 bills for a legitimate $100 bill at the Stop & Shop in Nanuet.

He also attempted to pay with counterfeit bills while at the Dog House Restaurant.

Cerbone was sentenced Feb. 19 by County Court Judge  Charles Apotheker.

Tyler Durden March 10, 2014 at 10:50 AM
All US money is fake. The bankers create it out of thin air, the fed prints it nonstop, and it is backed by NOTHING. Why aren't the banksters, and the fed goons in jail with this guy?


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