Man Tries to Pass Counterfeit Bills at Local Strip Club, Faces Felony Charges After Management Tracks Him Down
HUDSON (PASCO) – A Spring Hill man is facing felony charges after he tried to pass counterfeit currency inside a local strip club.
According to officials, 27-year-old Eric Michael Mullady entered Lollipops Gentlemen Club located at 18329 US-19, Sunday evening, and handed a dancer two counterfeit $10.00 bills, in exchange for single $1.00 bills. Suspicious of the unusual transaction, the club’s manager, Brian Jacobs attempted to confront Mullady but he had already left the club.
Jacobs and other club employees searched for Mullady and found him outside ICON’s Gentlemen’s Club, located across the street at 18728 US-19. Jacobs says when he confronted Mullady about the counterfeit bills, “he threw a wad of cash under his car.” Two of Mullady’s alleged accomplices fled before deputies arrived on scene.
During their investigation, deputies determined that Mullady was in possession of three counterfeit $10.00 bills, eight $20.00 bills, and one $5.00 bill.
Jacob positively identified Mullady as the suspect and he was charged with Possession of Counterfeit Currency and Uttering Forged Notes.
Mullady was booked into the Land O’ Lakes Detention Center on a $10,000 bond.
Since LivePD is still covering Pasco County, there is a good chance that Mullady’s arrest could appear on an upcoming episode.
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