- Associated Press - Friday, April 8, 2016

LAS VEGAS (AP) - In a story April 7 about the indictment of a Las Vegas man accused of counterfeiting, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name of Nevada’s attorney general. He is Adam Laxalt, not Paul Laxalt.

A corrected version of the story is below:

Vegas man indicted on charges of running counterfeit lab

A Clark County grand jury has indicted a 56-year-old Las Vegas man on counterfeiting charges after investigators say they uncovered a forgery lab during a search of his apartment nearly three years ago

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Clark County grand jury has indicted a 56-year-old Las Vegas man on counterfeiting charges after investigators say they uncovered a forgery lab during a search of his apartment nearly three years ago.



Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt said Thursday William Anthony Digilio is accused of using computers, printers and scanners to manufacture counterfeit money.

He says Las Vegas police and U.S. Secret Service agents found the lab when they searched the apartment in May 2013, along with three counterfeit $100 bills in his wallet, all with the same serial number. The indictment says they also recovered eight counterfeit $20s that matched two different serial numbers.

Digilio is scheduled to make his initial appearance in federal court in Las Vegas on April 14. He’s charged with forgery and establishing or possessing a financial forgery laboratory.

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