On 12/06/2016 at approx. 1500hrs the Rehoboth Police Department was contacted by the clerk of a local convenience store concerning the passing of several counterfeit $20 bills.  Upon arrival Detective James Casey met with the clerk who reported two male parties had recently come into the store and purchased items using what was later determined to be fake $20 bills. When a third male entered the store and attempted a similar purchase the clerk then noticed the money was labeled “for motion picture use only” and he confronted the male regarding the bill.  The male fled the area in a black sedan with what he believed was the other two male parties who had made the prior purchases.  Detective Casey was quickly able to develop a suspect in the case based on similar recent activity which was under investigation.  Officer Craig Forget was able to locate the suspect vehicle in the area of Roberts Road in Rehoboth at which time he made contact with the occupants.  Additional investigation at the scene resulted in the arrest of the male operator identified as Brandon Ralph, age 18 of Rehoboth, and a juvenile passenger. Inside the vehicle officers discovered a large quantity of varying denomination fake $20 and $50 bills. It was later learned the fake money was intended for motion picture use only and was bought by one of the suspects on the internet.  Detective James Casey later executed a search warrant at a Rehoboth home and recovered additional evidence of the crime(s) and took an additional Juvenile into custody at the residence.  At this time Detective Casey is continuing his investigation into the possibility of more victims in the area as well as additional suspects.  All suspects are being charged with Uttering a counterfeit note, Possessing a counterfeit note, Cospiracy, and Larceny under $250. Ralph and the two Juveniles are due in Taunton District Court on 12-07-16 for arraignment.