St Andrew Businessman Held with $10-Million Fake Goods has been Charged 

Jamaica Crime News, St Andrew: The St Andrew police say they have now laid criminal charges against a businessman who was taken into custody,  following the seizure of fake goods estimated at over $10-million, at his place of business in the parish.

He had been identified as Murli Babani, 67-year-old of a Cherry Gardens address.

Reports by the police are that during the course of Tuesday,  September 12, law enforcement officers carried out a raid at a business establishment operated by the businessman, which is located at Boulevard Shopping Centre.

A search was carried out of the store and the police seized a large number of counterfeit goods.

Babani has now been charged with,  Unauthorized use of Trademark,  Possession of Uncustom Goods, and Misleading and Deceptive Conduct.

He is booked to appear in Court later this week.


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