Two Omaha men have been arrested for using counterfeit money.
Twenty-eight-year old Kyle Miller and 26-year-old Andrew Salyers made their first court appearance Friday on multiple charges of first degree forgery.
Prosecutors say the two used counterfeit fifty-dollar bills to buy merchandise.
Miller waived his preliminary hearing. He was already out on bond for another forgery charge. Judge Craig McDermott set his bond this time for $50,000.
Salyers bond was set at $25,000.
First degree forgery carries a sentence of three to twenty years in prison and/or up to a $25,000 fine on each count.
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