Counterfeit Money Ring Busted In Teller County

WOODLAND PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – Investigators have busted a counterfeit money ring in Teller County.

Four people are in custody, accused of passing fake $20 bills.

Deputies first arrested Monica Paradise Monday morning in Woodland Park. They say they found equipment used to make counterfeit bills in her apartment.

The investigation led to three more arrests Monday night and Tuesday morning. Brian Joe, Austin Gulla and David Bowers are all in custody.

Monica Nancy Paradise, David Lawrence Joe, Austin Chase Gulla, David Lee Bowers (credit: Teller County Sherrif's Office)

Monica Nancy Paradise, David Lawrence Joe, Austin Chase Gulla, David Lee Bowers (credit: Teller County Sherrif’s Office)

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