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Very phony funny money

Ronald White's short-term solution turned into a long-term problem.

White, 35, used fake $20 bills to get himself out of jail, after he was arrested on several counts of shoplifting. But his freedom did not last very long, after he returned to the police station saying he had overpaid for the bail and wanted his money back. 

"One of my favorite sayings is, you can't teach stupid, because every day something else comes up and you just shake your head," Detective Sgt. William K. Covert said. 

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