Sentencing set in counterfeit money case

djournal-Court-News2OXFORD (AP) – A Baldwyn woman who pleaded guilty in a counterfeit money case is scheduled for sentencing Feb. 28.

Wendy Nicole Vick was charged in August with two counts of creating and passing counterfeit currency.

She pleaded guilty in October in U. S. District Court in Aberdeen to one count of making fake money.

The indictment said she made and used the fake bills in June 2010.

Her sentencing is to take place in federal court in Oxford.

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