The U.S. Department of Justice says Connor Glass and Montrez Martin accused in a scheme involving the printing and passing of bogus one hundred dollar and twenty dollar bills. Glass is accused of printing the fake currency and Martin with spending it. The two allegedly conducted the scheme in Cullman and Jackson counties last year. The indictment also charges Glass with passing counterfeit bills at three Dollar General Stores. Martin is a convicted felon who was also charged with possession of a handgun. He was convicted of theft in Iowa in 2014 and assault in Alabama in 2017. Counterfeiting charges carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.