Savannah man sentenced for making counterfeit money

SAVANNAH, Ga. – A 21-year-old Savannah man will spend 30 months in Federal prison for making and selling counterfeit money.

De’von Le’edward Walker was sentenced in federal court earlier this week for his part in the scheme.

Walker was accused of making thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit currency and exchanging it for real money.

An investigation by the U.S. Secret Service showed that many of the counterfeit notes made by Walker had been passed in Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and Rhode Island.

 

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