ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — A Greensboro male was arrested after deputies found some-more than $10,000 value of tawdry equipment in his car, according to a press release.
On Jan. 5, Alamance County deputies conducted a trade stop on I-40 nearby exit 150. During a stop, deputies found a vast volume of skill in a vehicle.
A Homeland Security Task Force officer was called to support and dynamic a equipment were counterfeit. The automobile and a equipment were put in storage.
Deputies executed a hunt aver on Tuesday and recovered a following items: 22 pairs of Uggs shoes, 5 pairs of Timberland boots, 18 pairs of Nike shoes, 3 True Religion t-shirts, one span of True Religion pants, 3 pairs of Robin jeans, one Northface jacket, 3 Polo t-shirts, dual pairs of Polo shorts, 5 pairs of Polo sweatsuits, 5 pairs of Nike sweatsuits, 5 Nike pullover hoodies, one Adidas tracksuit, 5 Adidas pullovers, 5 Louis Vuitton scarfs and toboggans, one Coach purse, one Michael Kors Purse, dual Gucci belts, dual Gucci watches and one Emporia Armani watch.
Ronnie Junior Porter, 44, was arrested and charged with possession of tawdry trademark.
Porter is behind bars on a $25,000 cumulative bond.