Three Akron businesses and five individuals have been indicted on charges of selling counterfeit goods in their stores.
Following a lengthy investigation, that began in February, Summit County Sheriff's Inspector Bill Holland says A-1 Market on East Avenue, The Kenmore Sunrise Market on Kenmore Boulevard, and A-1 Wireless and Fashion on South Arlington were cited for selling counterfeits.
Holland tells AkronNewsNow " Nike, Coach, Louis Vuitton were some of the counterfeit items that were being sold.
Holland says 68-year old Amireh Tawil, 47-year old Maged Ismail, and 41-year old Mashhour Tawil, all from Green and 52-year old Agil Sawalma of Barberton along with a 33-year old Columbus man, have been charged with engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, and trademark counterfeiting.
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