Man accused of passing counterfeit bills, committing other crimes in Midwest arrested in Troy

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Silver handcuff and dollar bank notes

A man suspected of passing $100 counterfeit bills was back in court Monday, days after being arraigned for forgery and other crimes, according to a press release.

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The additional counterfeit charges against Jurode Jordan, 31, at large, was filed by Troy police.

Jordan was previously arraigned Friday in the same court on warrants charging him with six counts of forgery and single counts of attempted forgery, and engaging in corrupt activities, the release said. His original cash bond of $8,000 was increased Monday to $11,000.

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Jordan is a suspect passing the counterfeit $100 bills throughout the Midwest, including several cities in Ohio, and states such as Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee and Michigan, according to the release.

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