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Parker sentenced for conterfeit money scheme
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A man who bought two puppies with counterfeit money has been sentenced to 45 days behind bars.The man, Kenneth Parker, 20, entered a guilty plea to charges of attempted criminal simulation and theft. He was directed to serve 45 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence. He had previously been charged with criminal simulation, which is the state’s version of counterfeiting.His month and a half in jail comes for a puppy deal gone bad in Centertown.