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August 25, 2005

Noe Coin Scandal Linked To UT Campus

(Toledo, OH) The tentacles of embattled coin dealer Tom Noe’s schemes extended to the University of Toledo, according to an investigation by the Codependent Collegian.

Stacy Krueger, employee at the UT Starbucks, said that Noe came in last year for a café mocha, and paid for it with, among other coins, a 1934 silver quarter.

“I had to look twice, because most of those are out of circulation,” she said. “Sure enough, there it was.”

Calls to the Noe home were not answered.

Krueger said that she instantly pocketed the coin, along with twenty bucks she had been skimming from the till.

“Hey, the melt value on that coin alone is at least 90 cents,” she said. “I might have enough to buy a decent-sized dime bag, if my man Jimmy isn’t being a cheap ass today."

That Noe gets around!
Not as much as Bernadette.

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All the best, coin collecting
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