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Counterfeit money allegedly found in car after high-speed chase

LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. - An Elkmont man is behind bars after he allegedly led police on a high-speed chase Friday and then they supposedly found counterfeit money in his car.

Jordan Sneath, 24, is facing a number of charges. Investigators say he led them on a chase on Highway 251 south until he lost control and crashed into a road sign at the corner of McKee Road and Concord Road.

Police say the counterfeit money found in his car matches that from other recent counterfeit cases. They're working to figure out how he's connected to other counterfeiting suspects. Police say Sneath also had drugs and a pistol in the car.

The charges Sneath is facing include drug trafficking, carrying a concealed weapon without permit, possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a forged instrument 1st degree, attempting to elude, and resisting arrest.


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