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Businessman charged in $10-m counterfeit goods bust

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica — The police are reporting that a 67-year-old businessman was charged in connection with the seizure of $10 million worth of counterfeit goods at a store located at the Boulevard Shopping Centre in St Andrew last Tuesday.

He is Murli Babani of a Cherry Gardens address in St Andrew.

According to the police, Babani was charged with the offences of unauthorised use of trademark, possession of uncustomed goods and misleading and deceptive conduct.

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said his arrest is part of continued efforts to rid the streets of fake goods.

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