Everett Police Say Phony Bill Passer Rips Off 11-Year-Old’s Lemonade Stand With Fake $100 Bill

August 4, 2022

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Photo provided by Everett Police who would like your help identifying this guy. Click photo to enlarge.

Can you help Everett Police identify the guy in this photo? Here’s the story out this morning from Everett Police.

Can you identify this individual who took advantage of an 11-year-old running a lemonade stand?

Over the summer, an 11-year-old Jeremy spent his allowance money to set up a lemonade stand on Beverly Blvd. As he worked in the sun trying to earn a little extra spending money, he was approached by the pictured suspect, who offered him a 100-dollar bill for a drink but asked for exact change.

Jeremy did his best to wring all his allowance money to give the suspect $85 in change. After the suspect left, Jeremey went to the local gas station, where he learned that the 100-dollar bill was fake and was out all his allowance money.

While our detectives work hard to bring closure to every case, this case struck a particular chord with them, and they want to do everything they can to get justice for Jeremy and catch this counterfeiter. We ask our community to either call our tip line, (425) 257-8450, or send us a Facebook message if you recognize this individual.



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