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Hartford Police Seize Counterfeit Items, Arrest Store OwnerAnthony Griffen, 49, of Adams Road in Bloomfield was charged Tuesday with selling counterfeit merchandise and possession of a controlled substance, according to a press release by Sgt. Christene Mertes. His business, Anthony’s Whole 9 Clothing, is at 3281 Main St.
Detectives confiscated 232 counterfeit items, including: 23 counterfeit compact discs; 132 pairs of counterfeit Nike sneakers;
17 pairs of counterfeit UGG boots; 23 pairs of counterfeit Timberland boots; seven counterfeit Polo shirts; two counterfeit Gucci handbags; one counterfeit Gucci belt, and four counterfeit Lacoste shirts.
Eight grams of marijuana about .28 ounces also was seized.
Officers from the department’s vice and narcotics division teamed up with a private consultant for the operation. The consultant, Andrea Powers of Powers and Associations, is trained by manufacturers and trademark holders to identify counterfeit merchandise.
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