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Phillip Rodriguez

Police Chief

Runaway Bay

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Wise County Messenger Online

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ACTING POLICE CHIEF - Phillip Rodriguez has been named acting police chief at Runaway Bay.


WCMessenger.com: Counterfeiter gets seven year jail term

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Runaway Bay Police Chief Phillip Rodriguez said the United States Secret Service had been investigating an apparent counterfeiting ring in the north Texas area for about two years when they discovered the printing of the fake money could be coming from Decker's home in Runaway Bay.Rodriguez said that evidence was found during the search of Decker's home linking him to a criminal mischief case in the city. Rodriguez said charges related to the drugs and criminal mischief case are still pending.


WCMessenger.com: Counterfeiter gets seven year jail term

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Runaway Bay Police Chief Phillip Rodriguez said the United States Secret Service had been investigating an apparent counterfeiting ring in the north Texas area for about two years when they discovered the printing of the fake money could be coming from Decker's home in Runaway Bay.Rodriguez said that evidence was found during the search of Decker's home linking him to a criminal mischief case in the city. Rodriguez said charges related to the drugs and criminal mischief case are still pending.


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Phillip Rodriguez - Acting Police Chief


Wise County Messenger Online

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Runaway Bay Police Chief Phillip Rodriguez said the United States Secret Service had been investigating an apparent counterfeiting ring in the North Texas area for about two years when they discovered the printing of the fake money could be coming from Decker's home in Runaway Bay.Rodriguez said officers seized computers, printers and approximately $60,000 in counterfeit bills."This stuff was very hard to tell (if it was fake)," Rodriguez said."It's the closest I've seen to real money."Officers also found drugs and drug paraphernalia at Decker's home.Rodriguez said officers returned the following day for a follow-up investigation and were able to locate an additional $14,000 in counterfeit money, including blank checks and fake identification cards.The second search of the home also turned up evidence of another unsolved case in Runaway Bay.Rodriguez said that in the weeks leading up to the search, he had received several reports of someone driving by and firing a paintball gun at other vehicles.


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