Charlottetown man accused of making bogus bills

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CHARLOTTETOWN - An 18-year-old Charlottetown man has been accused of making bogus bills.
Cameron Dobson was arrested Friday night after police searched a home in Sherwood.
He's facing charges of making and uttering counterfeit money, as well as weapons and drug offences.
Dobson's arrest was the third in recent days in response to counterfeit money circulating in the city.
John Travis Feehan, 20, and Edward Joseph Phelan, 19, were arrested on Thursday and charged the next day.
Feehan was remanded pending a court appearance Tuesday while Phelan was released after signing an undertaking.
Most of the bogus bills, which police said are of poor quality, have been in denominations of $5 or $20, but at least one $50 bill has surfaced.

Geographic location: Charlottetown, Sherwood

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