Secret Service Investigating Ala. Chief with Counterfeit Cash
April 14, 2011
The Secret Service has begun investigating former Summerdale (Ala.) Police Chief Dwain Riebeling after an officer found counterfeit money inside his city-issued S.U.V., when he was fired.
After the officer searching Chief Riebeling's vehicle found the cash, the chief attempted to deposit it into a local bank, which promptly reported it to the Secret Service.
Read the full story at WKRG.com.
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Michael @ 4/16/2011 8:13 PM
What an AH. This guy is such an embarrassment to all of us. I hope the Secret Service slams this jerk, he should be in jail. You must wonder what else has this guy been into, it makes me sick to hear these stories. I hope people realize that this is not the norm in Law Enforcement.
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