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Toni Lyn Miller arrested, accused of passing bogus bills at CVS in Spring

Published On: Jan 30 2013 03:56:18 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 14 2013 11:13:43 AM EST

A Berks County woman has been arrested a second time for allegedly passing counterfeit money.

Toni Lyn Miller used six bogus $20 bills to pay for two prescriptions and a VISA gift card at the CVS Pharmacy on Shillington Road in Spring Township on Oct. 23, police said.

Four of the bills had the same serial number while the other two shared another number, police said.


Before Spring Township police could arrest Miller, they said she was at it again in neighboring Lancaster County.

Miller tried to pass a fake $100 bill at five stores in the Rockvale Outlets in East Lampeter Township on Nov. 16, said police, adding that she was successful in only one of her attempts.

Miller was later arrested by East Lampeter police and then freed, pending court action.

Spring Township police sought a warrant on Dec. 12 for Miller's arrest in the CVS case. She was arrested Friday and arraigned on charges of forgery, receiving stolen property and theft by unlawful taking or disposition, according to court documents. She was freed again on bail.