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A trail of fake $50 bills turns into arrests for concealed weapons and meth

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - A counterfeiting investigation at the Lucky Lady on West 11th Street in Sioux Falls last night became a falling dominoes case resulting in four arrests on drug and concealed weapons charges.

     Officer Sam Clemens says 40 year old Ronnie Lee Hudson of Sioux Falls allegedly passed fake $50 bills but told police she got them from someone else.

     That led police to 22-year-old Kayla Potratz of Sioux Falls and two men in a car at a gas station at 14th and MInnesota Avenue.

     Clemens says police found a fake $20 bill, a .40 caliber handgun, two brass knuckles and a small amount of meth in the car.

     Clemens says that's when Potratz told police one of the men, 26 year old Charles Davis of Sioux Falls earlier assaulted a woman with a handgun.  Davis was arrested for aggravated assault.

     The other man, 27 year old Travis Mayberry of Chicago was arrested for possession of meth, a concealed weapon and a fake $20 bill

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