A Greensboro male was charged this week with possession of tawdry trademarks after a trade stop.
The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Unit stopped a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe on Interstate 40/85 nearby exit 150 for a trade defilement Friday, Jan. 5, according to a Sheriff’s Office news release. The Sheriff’s Office did not mention a trade violation. Inside a SUV, officers found a vast volume of skill trimming from Louis Vuitton purses to Nike shoes.
A charge force officer with a U.S. Department of Homeland Security assisted, and a products were dynamic to be counterfeit, a Sheriff’s Office said. The SUV and a essence were seized and placed into storage.
On Tuesday, officers again searched a SUV, and listed recuperating a following tawdry items: 22 pairs of Ugg 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 North Face jacket, 3 Polo T-shirts in several colors, dual pairs of Polo shorts, 5 pairs of Polo persperate suits, 5 pairs of Nike persperate suits, 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.
The equipment were valued during some-more than $10,000.
Ronnie Junior Porter, 44, of 306 Erwin St., Greensboro, was charged with transgression possession of tawdry trademark. He was placed in a Alamance County jail underneath a $25,000 bond.
The review is ongoing, a Sheriff’s Office said.