Teens caught using counterfeit money in school cafeteria.
Four Florida teenagers are facing possible charges after being accused of using counterfeit money.
The bogus bills bill caught the bank's attention when Jensen Beach High School dropped off its deposits last week.
On April 27 cafteria workers were armed with counterfeit detector pens, and they caught another fake five-dollar bill during lunchtime.
The discovery led to the arrest of four Jensen Beach High School students.
All of them face felony charges of using counterfeit money.
The teens range in age from 14 to 16.