Businessman Charged for Counterfeit Goods in Kingston

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Jamaica Crime News, Kingston: Investigators attached to the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Unit, C-TOC  made another arrest on a business operator in Kingston for the sale of counterfeit goods.

Reports by the police are that on Monday, July 16, C-TOC detectives arrested and charged Owen Jackson, 44-year-old businessman of Sullivan Avenue in Kingston,  with Unlawful use of Trademark.

Jackson was charged following an operation, which was carried out at his business place at the Constant Spring Plaza in St Andrew.

Counterfeit Goods Destroyed by C-TOC

Reports are that about 1:30 p.m., a search was carried out at the premises and 192 pairs of counterfeit sneakers found. The counterfeit sneakers were all labeled with the names and logos of popular brands.

On close inspection of the items, they were found to be sub-par to the packaging and labeling standard of the official rights holder.

Jackson was then arrested, charged and later offered bail with surety in the sum of JMD $300,000. He is booked to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew parish Court on Monday, August 13.

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