MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- A Chicago man was arrested in Madison Monday afternoon, after using counterfeit money at the East Towne Mall.
Police said they were called to the mall after 30-year-old Donald Robinson attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at one of the retailers.
An officer determined the suspect had also successfully used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy a few inexpensive items at another East Towne store.
Police also found receipts from the West Towne Mall on Robinson. He had several bundles of real money in a back pocket. Police said they were smaller bills that appeared to be cash he got back after making purchases.
During a jail search, officials recovered 13 counterfeit $100 bills. They said Robinson was also concealing a bag of crack cocaine and a bag of marijuana.
Robinson was arrested for two counts of uttering a forgery, possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana.