Couple Arrested after Discovery of $2M in Counterfeit Goods

Authorities say investigators arrested two people following the discovery of more than $2 million in counterfeit merchandise in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO) says private merchandise investigators from A Action Investigations contacted the agency on Wednesday and said a man, later identified as 32-year-old Steven Michael Price, was selling a huge amount of fake watches under a woman’s name through the LetGo app.

PBSO said undercover detectives met up with Price around 11 AM at a Peter Piper Pizza on Jog Road in Greenacres under the guise of purchasing counterfeit Rolex watches. According to his arrest report, Price told the detectives he was selling the watches for between $250 and $300. Price told the detectives he’s the “biggest in South Florida” and sells “400 pieces a month,” his arrest report stated. The detectives also said Price told them he could get “Super Clone” watches that are “putting jewelry stores out of business.” After purchasing four counterfeit watches for $900… WPTV5 News

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