Probation search in Salem yields forgery charges
SALEM – The Richardson County Sheriff’s Office reports discovering a counterfeit operation during a probation search at Salem on Nov. 25.
Phillip Doerr, 28, is charged with forgery and possession of a forged instrument.
An arrest affidavit says a deputy found paper, scissors and copies of US currency, including paper printed front and back in the image of 12, $100 bills, two, $20 bills, two, $5 bills and five $1 bills.
The deputy says he also found one sheet with the front and back of a $20 bill lined up.
There were 41 copies of $100 and $20 bills.
The affidavit says no counterfeit currency was found on Doerr's person.
The sheriff’s office also sought a habitual criminal enhancement citing a current probation term and previous Kansas prison sentences in 2019 and 2021.