COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - The Columbus man charged with 21 counts of forgery admits he is guilty in court.
Brandon Turner's official plea is "not guilty," but during his recorder's court appearance on Tuesday, he stated he is guilty while investigators presented evidence against him.
Once you put in your official plea in recorders court, you are not allowed to change it. Turner is accused of making and distributing counterfeit money.
Police and Secret Service Agents reportedly found several devices used to print fake money as well as sheets of counterfeit currency in his home on Warm Springs Road on April 10.
Turner's bond has been set at $112,500 and his case has been bound over to Superior Court.
The fake money has since been turned over to the Secret Service.