SHANNON, Miss. (WTVA) - Shannon police found a wanted man with counterfeit money on him during his arrest.
Alfred Long, 34, was arrested Friday by Shannon police.
Shannon Police Chief Desiree Kershner says Long had been wanted on a warrant for an incident back in March.
He reportedly lied about being shot back in March. In actuality, Kerschner says another person shot a weapon into the air.
He's also accused of using profanity at an officer on Friday, May 18 at a Dollar General.
During his arrest, officers found two $100 counterfeit bills on him.
He's charged with filing a false police report, possession of counterfeit bank notes and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.
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