Printing money at home could land man in prison
Mon, 05 Aug 2013 21:07:24 GMT —
A Moberly man entered a guilty plea Monday in Adair County Circuit Court.
Mark Autrey, 44, entered the pleas to five counts of forgery and one count of felony possession of a controlled substance.
Autrey admitted to passing counterfeit $20 bills that he had printed at home, using his iPad.
Adair County Prosecutor Matt Wilson is asking for five years in prison on each count.
Autrey is scheduled to be sentenced on September 24.
Meanwhile, Autrey's wife, Beverly, 45, is scheduled to be in court Tuesday. She is facing the same charges.
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