One of Two Men Accused of Using Fake Money at a Regina Business Failed to Appear in Court

The matters of two men facing several charges, following the alleged use of counterfeit currency at a Regina business, were back before the court yesterday (TUES).

On May 10th, Regina Police got a report from a Dewdney Avenue business, where someone used or attempted to use use fake one-hundred-dollar bills for purchases, on April 17th and May 3rd.

The investigation led to two suspects being identified and a suspect vehicle located on May 11th, at a home on Alexandra Street, where search warrants were executed and evidence was seized.

37-year-old Pierre Laferte, of Regina, had his matter adjourned to July 26th, in Regina Provincial Court, while 32-year-old Tyson Knutson, of Grenfell, failed to appear, and the judge issued a bench warrant.

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