AUBURN (CBS13) – A Sacramento man was arrested after he allegedly used counterfeit $100 bills at an Auburn Home Depot – and deputies say they found even more fake cash in his car.

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says, back on April 26, deputies responded to the store to investigate.

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Deputies say they were able to stop the suspect, identified as 46-year-old Sacramento resident Chia Saechao, as he was walking out of the store.

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Saechao is suspected of using five counterfeit $100 to buy items at Home Depot that day. Seven other counterfeit $100 bills were later found in his car, deputies say, along with about eight grams of suspected methamphetamine.

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Saechao was arrested and is facing charges of possession of counterfeit money and possession of a controlled substance.