Community rallies around 11-year-old Everett boy who was scammed while running lemonade stand

Police say a suspect gave a boy a fake 100-dollar bill after buying food and drinks at his lemonade stand.

EVERETT, Wash. — Everett police are looking for a suspect who they say scammed a young boy running a lemonade stand by giving him a fake $100 bill.

Jeremy Ryzhonkov is a young entrepreneur. He just turned 12 this week and already has a vending machine business, lawn mowing business, and snack stand.

“I think there’s nothing in the world that is free,” said Jeremy.

Three weeks ago, Jeremy was in his usual spot on Beverly Boulevard selling lemonade and snacks. He

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