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Woman Sues Grocery Store Over Counterfeit Accusation

Woman Sues Grocery Store Over Counterfeit Accusation

Posted - Feb. 16, 2004 at 9:11 a.m.



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(KSL News) An Ogden woman is suing a local grocery store for accusing her of trying to pass counterfeit money.

Kelli Cutler says Harmons' security detained her for more than five hours.

She claims she was questioned in front of other customers when a clerk accused her of using a fake 50 dollar bill. The bill turned out to be real.

Cutler is suing the store for slander, battery, false imprisonment and negligence.

Harmons defends the handling of the situation was "acceptable, professional and timely."

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