Summerville police arrest man accused of passing fake bills at businesses

Matthew Frisbie (Provided/Summerville Police Department)

Summerville Police have announced that officers have arrested Matthew Frisbie, 32, accused of passing fake $50 and $100 bills at area businesses.

Officers have been searching for him since late February when an arrest warrant was issued for him.

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Frisbie is suspected of passing a fake $50 bill at a produce market in Summerville, a fake $50 bill at a Summerville grocery store and a fake $100 bill at a Summerville antique store, according to police reports.

The incidents occurred in January and February, with two incidents occurring just minutes apart, police say.

Employee said the bills all passed the "marker" test, but were found later to be counterfeit with fake serial numbers, according to a police report.

On Thursday night, he was taken into custody without incident.

His bond hearing will be held Friday morning at 10 a.m.

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