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Two Canton men arrested, accused of using counterfeit cash

Two Canton men accused of using counterfeit cash arrested. (Source: WOIO) Two Canton men accused of using counterfeit cash arrested. (Source: WOIO)
Jeffrey David Goss (Stark County Jail) Jeffrey David Goss (Stark County Jail)
Matthew Mick (Stark County Jail) Matthew Mick (Stark County Jail)
CANTON, OH (WOIO) -

The North Canton Police Department has made two arrests regarding investigations involving counterfeit US currency.

Police arrested Jeffrey David Goss, 41, and  Matthew Joseph Mick, 31. Both have been charged with theft.  

According to cops, Goss and Mick used counterfeit $50 bills to make purchases and received legal change in return. The purchases were made from Tuesday July 12 through the 17th at five different Canton area businesses.

Matthew Mick was arrested at his home and Goss was found and arrested at a motel in Dover, Ohio.

Both men  are locked up in the Stark County Jail with $1,000 bond.

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