Additionally, Lieutenant Charles Vaught of the Roanoke Rapids Police Department said a 15-year-old girl will be petitioned to juvenile court on the same charges.
Vaught was expected to file the new warrant against Mahogany Person this evening. That warrant will be for obtaining property by false pretense after she reportedly passed a $100 counterfeit bill at a Becker Drive nail salon on September 29.
She already faces a charge of obtaining property by false pretense for allegedly passing a counterfeit bill at a nail salon on East Tenth Street last week.
The juvenile will face petitions for the East Tenth Street and Becker Drive crimes as well.
Person was arrested around 9 a.m. Thursday by Officer H. Grimes on outstanding warrants for larceny and possession of stolen goods and was also served the original nail salon warrant.
The larceny and possession of stolen goods charges against her stem from a warrant taken out on her for allegedly stealing a cell phone.
Vaught said movie prop money was used to pay for the manicures.