St. Mary's County Commissioner's Son Charged with Counterfeiting - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County Commissioner's Son Charged with Counterfeiting

On April 1st, 2006 a Detective from the Bureau of Criminal Investigations located Suspect Eric T. McKay (age 20 of Hollywood, Md.) and served him with a District Court Criminal Summons. Suspect McKay, assisted by a codefendant, utilized a computer and color printer to reproduce United States Currency. The Bureau of Criminal Investigations, along with Agents from the Untied States Secret Service executed a Search and Seizure Warrant on the Suspect's home and removed several items to include computers, printers and an ipod.

After a review of the electronic equipment had been conducted by the United States Secret Service Forensic Lab, criminal charges were levied. Suspect McKay was charged with Manufacturing/Counterfeit US currency, Illegal images of US currency, possession of currency and uttering a false document. He is currently awaiting a hearing in the District Court.

Mr. McKay is the son of St. Mary's County Commissioner President Thomas F. McKay.

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The St. Mary's County Bureau of Criminal Investigations is an investigative team comprised of Detectives from the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office and the Maryland State Police, Leonardtown Barrack. The unit was established on July 1, 2003 and is based in Leonardtown, Maryland.

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