A Calhoun man was arrested Monday night and charged with four misdemeanors, including the passing of counterfeit money and the theft of a generator.|
Michael Lee Grogg, 34,of Millstone is charged with obtaining money, property services under false pretenses; possession of counterfeit with intent to utter; petit larceny; receiving/transferring stolen property.
Grogg was arrested in Roane County, but is being charged in Calhoun.
He is in Central Regional Jail with bond set at $12,000.
A criminal complaint says that officers discovered that Grogg had passed a $100 counterfeit bill at Speedy Mart in Arnoldsburg, confirmed by video recording.
In a separate complaint, police say Grogg store a generator valued
at $770 from Georgie Nichols, Pine Creek Road.
Witnesses said Grogg took the generator to another residence where he set the generator behind a building, according to the complaint. Police located the generator.
Andrea Christine Haynes, 27, was arrested by Roane authorities and is in Central Regional Jail, charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.