6 Face Charges In Sale Of Counterfeit Sunglasses , Hats October 7, 2005By Will red oakleys Greenlee The Stuart oakley repair News St. Lucie County sheriff's officials arrested six men and confiscated hundreds of sunglasses, watches and hats on Wednesday in a counterfeit goods investigation, officials said. at businesses in Port St. Lucie, Jensen Beach and Fort Pierce. Investigators found at least 300 pairs of counterfeit Oakley sunglasses along with a variety of other types of merchandise, such as counterfeit hats, reports state. Each suspect faces a single felony charge of selling goods with counterfeit trademarks. Hemantkumar Patel, who was arrested after a search at Met Mart in Port St. Lucie, said Thursday he didn't realize the sunglasses were illegal to sell. "The salesman of these products kept on telling us this is OK," Patel said. The vendor indicated the glasses said "Oakey" as opposed to "Oakley" and therefore were legal to sell, he said. Patel expressed frustration, saying other businesses that sell similar goods haven't been targeted. "Right now there are so many stores that are untouched and are still selling," he said.
"If everybody's guilty, I'm guilty. oakley sunglasses usa If everybody is not guilty, then I'm not guilty, too." Nesfat Mohd, 38, owner of a store at TwoG's Market Deli in Fort Pierce, was arrested after about 110 pairs of counterfeit Oakley sunglasses oakley solbriller were found.
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