Long Island family busted for $25M counterfeiting scheme, December 27, 2017I didn't believe that these guys were originally a Long Island family, and found this story from ABC7 with an actually informative headline:
Mahmood, Ramish, And Rubail NasirIt’s a counterfeiting family affair.
Nassau County cops arrested a father and his two sons Tuesday for importing $25 million of phony luxury bags, watches and other accessories, officials said.
Mahmood Nasir, 55, was charged with counterfeiting after an investigation by Nassau police and federal authorities found millions of fake goods in his home, at a storage facility and in another rental property.
The phony accessories were emblazoned with brand-name goods Rolex, Burberry, Hublot, Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton.
The conniving trio shipped the millions in faux luxe goods from China through JFK, and would then resell them to counterfeit merchants in the City, Nassau Police said Wednesday.
His sons, Ramish Nasir, 22, and Rubail Nasir, 18, were each charged with counterfeiting and conspiracy.
Immigrant, two sons charged with selling millions worth of knock-off merchandise, December 27, 2017By the way, these guys were importing a lot of counterfeit goods.
A Pakistani immigrant and his two sons are charged with counterfeiting and conspiracy for importing and selling millions of dollars in knock-off merchandise.
After a joint investigation among the Nassau County Police, Homeland Security Investigations and US Customs and Border Protection, police arrested Mahmood Nasir, 55; Ramish Nasir, 22 and Rubail Nasir, 18 all of 199 Willis Avenue Floral Park. Mahmood Nasir is charged with counterfeiting 1st and 2nd Degrees . Ramish and Rubail Nasir are each charged with Counterfeiting 1st Degree and Conspiracy 4th Degree.[More ]