A Chinese food-delivery driver handed over $70 in cash in exchange for a $30 order of Chinese food, which was paid with a $100 bill on Saturday night. However, little did he know that the $100 bill, which was given to him was a fake one.
New Bedford Police bust a counterfeit merchandise scheme in the city. According to Det. Capt. Steve Vicente, police learned that a New Bedford resident was receiving steady shipments to his home from Hong Kong, with the invoices labeled as t-shirts...
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