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Man printed money on inkjet printer

COURT Records indicate : He bought ATVs, & sports memorabilia

When the owner of an Argos-all- terrain vehicle began counting the $6,400 in $100 and $50 bills he had just received for the sale of the machine in November 2007, he discovered several of the bills had the same serial number.

The next day in Espanola, another Argo ATV owner was pleased to get $8,900 in $100 and $50 bills for the sale of his Argo ATV. His satisfaction with the sale ended when he took the money to his credit union the next day and found all of the 107 bills were counterfeit.

On Dec. 1 of the same year, a hockey memorabilia sale managed to net $2,400 for the items. He was paid in cash, in $100 and $50 bills. He, too, soon found out the money was counterfeit.

The owner said the collection, which included autographed hockey sweaters and cards, was worth about $10,000 but he settled for the lower amount because he needed money to go to southern Ontario to see his grandchildren.

Monday in Sudbury court the suspect, Dale Bobbie, 35, pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of counterfeit money and one count of breaching his bail conditions.

All of the bills, said assistant Crown attorney , had been printed on an inkjet printer. There was no embossing and no foil, he said.

Of the almost 300 bills involved in the three transactions, there were only about a dozen unique serial numbers.

While Bobbie admitted having possession of counterfeit money, his lawyer pointed out that all three people who received the money could not positively identify his client as the man with whom they had conducted the transaction.

At the time of the transactions the man had a goatee and was wearing a toque.

Bobbie was linked to the cash because of fingerprints. His fingerprints were found on at least one bill from each transaction.

The breach charge against Bobbie was laid in January of his year after police learned he had gone to Cuba for a vacation despite a bail condition that he remain in Ontario.

Bobbie’s lawyer asked that his client be given an opportunity to repay the three victims before sentence is imposed.

As a result, sentencing will take place next fall.


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