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Teen avoids jail for passing counterfeit $20 bills at fair
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A teen who passed counterfeit $20 bills at the Warren County A&L Fair was granted a judicial diversion but must write a letter of apology to the community clubs he ripped off as part of his deal to stay out of jail.The defendant, Jack Dylan Howard, 19, entered guilty pleas to charges of criminal simulation and theft. He was directed to perform 150 hours public service work, make restitution, and pay $250 plus court costs.He is also to write a letter to the community clubs about his passing the fake bills. He will be required to get his GED and maintain a full-time job.