Two Accused In Counterfeit Money Scam At Delaware Park - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Two Accused In Counterfeit Money Scam At Delaware Park

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DELAWARE - Two people have been charged after their alleged involvement in a counterfeit money exchange scam.

The Delaware Division of Gaming Enforcement says that 28-year-old Patricia Dorsey of Chester, Pennsylvania, who worked as a Delaware Park cage cashier, along with 36-year-old Adrian Irving, of Upland, Pennsylvania, switched out real money for counterfeit bills. According to the report, Irving pretended to be a patron cashing out at Dorsey's cage, and then give her the fake cash.

Both Dorsey and Irving have been charged with 13 counts of 1st degree felony forgery, 5 counts of felony theft, and 2 counts of 2nd degree felony conspiracy. They were both released on bond, after being arraigned. Neither are allowed to have contact with the victim, or any Delaware casinos.

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