Makeup Clad Suspects Nabbed in St. Augustine | Crime
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- Two Jacksonville women were arrested Tuesday, accused of using counterfeit bills at the St. Augustine Prime Outlets.
According to a police report from the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a call that two females were attempting to use false $50 bills at several Prime Outlet stores. The suspects were described as a blonde and a brunette.
Employees at the Kitchen Collection, Rue 21 and Bath and Body Works at the Prime Outlets identified Angelia Burcham, 32 and Kimberly Chauncey, 29 , both of Jacksonville, as the suspects , the report said.
The report states, “Burcham had blonde hair and was wearing a black and white shirt with leggings and black boots. Chauncey had brown hair and was wearing a blue and pink flowered dress. They both had on an excessive amount of makeup.”
Both suspects attempted to conceal their identities when confronted by authorities, said the report.
Deputies said they searched Burcham’s car and found more than $600 in forged $50 bills, along with ink and other materials. Chauncey had fake fifties, several Suboxine pills and Methadone.
Burcham is charged with possession of a counterfeit currency, uttering counterfeit currency, attempting to utter counterfeit currency, possession of a controlled substance, and driving with a license suspended or revoked. Chauncey is charged with possession of counterfeit currency, possession of a controlled substance and resisting without violence.