(IRON MOUNTAIN, MI.)–In a joint statement release by the Kingsford Public Safety Department Officials, Iron Mountain Police and the Dickinson County Prosecutors Office, regarding the passing of counterfeit bills, two persons have been identified. The investigation revealed the two were ordering fake money over the internet then passing the money at local businesses in Iron Mountain and Kingsford. One of the suspects is from a foreign country and had overstayed his visa and was turned over to the United States Border Patrol. The second, 22-year old Amanda Jo Rose of Kingsford was charged with using a computer to commit a crime, a felony, punishable by up to 7-years and Uttering and Publishing a Counterfeit Bill or Note, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. Rose is set for a Probable Cause Conference on April 2nd in 95B District Court. Rose is being represented by Andrea Mashak of the Finch Law Firm in Iron Mountain. Bond was set at $5,000 cash or surety.