Counterfeit Goods Valuing Over $100 Million Seized, Two Chinese Nationals Arrested
On Monday the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) revealed that two Chinese nationals were taken into custody in relation to the seizure of counterfeit items in Kingston.
The JCF said via a statement:
“Over 100 million dollars’ worth of counterfeit goods were seized in an operation on Barry Street in downtown Kingston on Monday, April 16.
Two Chinese nationals were arrested and are expected to be charged later this week.”
The two individuals were subsequently charged with breaches of the Consumer Protection Act, the Trademark Act and the Customs Act.
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