Man $1M Bill At Walmart

January 4, 2012 by staff 

Man $1M Bill At WalmartMan $1M Bill At Walmart, The man accused of trying to use a $1 million bill at a Lexington Walmart was scheduled to appear in court Tuesday, but according to a Lexington District Court clerk, the case against 53-year-old Michael Fuller was continued for later in the year.

Police arrested Fuller in November after they say he handed the cashier a $1 million bill to pay for a vacuum cleaner, microwave and a few other items worth less than a total of $500.

The largest bill in current circulation is the $100 bill.

Police charged Fuller with attempting to obtain property by false pretense and uttering a forged instrument.

According to police, this wasn’t the first time Fuller had been arrested. Fuller was charged with assault on a government official and malicious conduct by a prisoner in December of 2010.

Arrest warrants obtained by WXII said Fuller hit, kicked, and threw bodily fluid on a detention officer. Fuller is scheduled to appear in court for those charges on Jan. 16.

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