Brooklyn Woman Arrested For Using Counterfeit Bills At 7-Eleven In Westhampton - 27 East

Brooklyn Woman Arrested For Using Counterfeit Bills At 7-Eleven In Westhampton

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Kaylynn Dyer of Brooklyn was charged with passing counterfeit bills to purchase 7-Eleven gift cards, police say. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON TOWN POLICE

Kaylynn Dyer of Brooklyn was charged with passing counterfeit bills to purchase 7-Eleven gift cards, police say. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON TOWN POLICE

authorGreg Wehner on Sep 25, 2019
A Brooklyn woman was arrested after using fake bills to purchase gift cards from a 7-Eleven in Westhampton, police said. Kaylynn M. Dyer, 30, of Brooklyn was arrested by Suffolk... more

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