Cops looking for 'man' who scammed 11-year-old's lemonade stand with counterfeit $100 bill. Read that again.
Jeremy is eleven years old and is already a budding entrepreneur, with a vending machine business, a lawn mowing business, and a lemonade and snack stand. It was the lemonade stand that taught Jeremy a valuable lesson that all business owners learn at some point in their careers: people suck. Like, for example, the man who scammed Jeremy--an 11-year-old running a lemonade stand--with a $100 bill.
Police would like your help in hunting the man down and making an example out of him.
"While our detectives work hard to bring closure to every case, this case struck a particular chord with them, and they want to do everything they can to get justice for Jeremy and catch this counterfeiter."
The scumbag in question bought $15 dollars worth of munchies. Jeremy needed to scrape together all his earnings that day to give him the $85 dollars in change. Jeremy thought the bill looked weird and confirmed at a local gas station that it was fake.
While the community has been rallying around Jeremy, police still want to find the man who did this. Because, really, f*ck this guy. Little dude wasn't even planning on keeping all the money for himself. Some of it was being reinvested in his businesses, which is a lesson our president could stand to learn. And some of it was being sent to his family in Ukraine.
Here's hoping police capture the man and he's forced to hand back the money to Jeremy. Literally, in his hand, five dollars at a time and counting it out like he's on a game show. Then, Jeremy can kick him in the nuts.
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