SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah, Nov. 5, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Saratoga Springs Police Department arrested a woman in connection with a counterfeit money case, but she was subsequently bailed out.
Breanna Marie Archuleta, 24, from Murray, was arrested Sept. 26, but bailed out of jail on Sept. 28, said a news release from the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.
“Utah County Sheriff’s Office Detectives are still working a case on her and have not yet made (another) arrest, but it will be forthcoming,” the news release said.
Officials said they have also identified the man in the photo above but have not yet been able to speak with him.
“When we do we will let you know his name as well,” the post said
On Sept. 11, several businesses in Eagle Mountain received counterfeit money.
“In one case, at the Maverik convenience store, a counterfeit $50 bill was used,” the news release said. “In two other cases counterfeit $100 bills were passed at the Ace Hardware and Dairy Queen, near the Ridley’s grocery store.”
Saratoga Springs Police are investigating several similar cases that occurred at businesses in their city. It is possible that these cases are related, but investigators have not determined, with certainty, that they are.
The photo of Archuleta and the man are from one of the incidents in Eagle Mountain.
Anyone who has more information about the incidents is asked to call Central Utah Dispatch at 801-794-3970 and ask to speak to a deputy in Eagle Mountain.