Mobile Police have made several arrests in the exchange of counterfeit cash, but need the public’s help to track down another suspect.
Investigators say 20-year-old Raquel Jackson, an employee at the Wal-Mart on the I-65 service road in Mobile, knowingly accepted $4,000 in counterfeit currency for the purchase of a computer and gift cards. Jackson allegedly sold the items to two male subjects whom she knew on May 22.
Jackson was arrested and charged with 38 counts of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument and Theft of Property by Deception for her part in the inside job.
Nearly a week later, authorities arrested one of the two male suspects, 31-year-old Jacob Brandon, for allegedly using the counterfeit money for the purchases at Wal-Mart. He was also charged with Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument and Theft of Property by Deception.
Jackson has been released from jail, while Brandon is still currently listed as an inmate at Mobile Metro Jail.
The other male suspect, pictured in this article, is wanted for passing large quantities of counterfeit currency at a local business. Anyone with information is asked to call (251) 208-7211 or (251) 208-7000.
Additionally, Mobile Police arrested 38-year-old Kennet Labarron Bendolph during a traffic stop for possession of a forged instrument. He has been released from Mobile Metro Jail.