Boston Police arrested the man for trying to use two fake $100 bills.
A Watertown man got into even deeper legal trouble at a Boston court house Wednesday when he allegedly paid his court fees with counterfeit money. Police went to the Brighton District Court House after a court clerk discovered that Fernando Costa, 24, of Watertown, used fake bills, according to a report on BostonInno.com. Costa used two $100 bills, two $20s and a $10 bill, and the clerk found that the $100 notes were fake, according to the report. He tried to run away, but police caught Costa and placed him under arrest. See the whole story on BostonInno.com by clicking here.