Link (CNN) -- Police say a Camden, New Jersey, man had the audacity to return to the jail where he posted a $400 bond with counterfeit bills, demanding a refund. Ronald T. White was charged with shoplifting July 7, but his bail was incorrectly written up. When he found out, authorities say, he returned to the Cinnaminson, New Jersey, jail the following week to demand his money back. White appeared in Burlington County Superior Court on Thursday, and this time his bail was set far higher. According to Cinnaminson Police Chief Steven Fowler, the department issued a warrant for White's arrest after his counterfeit bail posting of $400, but because he was a Camden resident, it was out of jurisdiction. Though Camden police were alerted to the claims, they weren't exactly banging down his door. "Even though it was a $5,000 warrant for his arrest, they have bigger issues over in Camden, being the murder capital of the world," Fowler said. :loser: Also: Camden, New Jersey is the murder capital of the world!!??