Gainesville Man Accused of Stealing Vehicle, Possessing Counterfeit Money
What would have been a routine traffic stop turned into a much bigger problem for a Gainesville man.
Larry Williams Junior was pulled over at the intersection of NW 39th Avenue and 6th Street, which is next to Stephen Foster Elementary School, for not having his headlights on, but police then learned the Blue Dodge Charger he was driving was reported stolen in Volusia County.
Police also discovered about $200 of counterfeit bills in his wallet, a baggie of marijuana and a chapstick bottle full of crack cocaine.
Williams is facing charges of grand theft auto, possession of a forged notes and several drug related charges. He was booked into the Alachua County jail.
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