More than 16,000 counterfeit Hermes handbags have been seized by U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) officers, officials announced Thursday.
Customs agents have seized hundreds of counterfeit Rolex and other designer brand watches at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), authorities said Tuesday.
More than $14 million in fake Hermès handbags have been seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach.
A woman suspected of posing as an Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent was behind bars.
Police on Thursday asked the public for help in identifying a man who impersonated a Glendora police officer in what they call a “highly unusual” case.
Police say George Turegano would detain and even handcuff his victims, search their person and vehicle and then take off with their belongings.
Drivers were warned on Wednesday about a man on a motorcycle allegedly impersonating a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy.
A former Los Angeles Unified School District police officer is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday for faking his own shooting.
Life-sized Santa Claus, snowman, and polar bear lights were among the counterfeit merchandise originating from China.
Customs officials said they seized the shipment with a domestic value of $48,000 on September 15.
An official-looking letter claiming the recipient has won $500,000 has been distributed nationwide with a fraudulent “check” in the amount of $5,000 from Readers Digest.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection specialists have seized more than 47,000 counterfeit pieces of designer clothing at the Los Angeles/Long Beach Seaport, authorities said Wednesday.
Navy SEALs are especially popular after the raid on Osama bin Laden’s hide out in Pakistan, so imagine the patriotic pride when a man in a SEALs uniform showed up at a Ventura County school for a “Thank You Soldiers” tribute.
Drugs for treating male erectile dysfunction have become one of the hottest and most lucrative sections of the international drug market, but health experts caution to beware of online purchases.
Hermosa Beach police are on the hunt for an expert Rolex watch counterfeiter who was able to sell one of his creations to a local jeweler for about $3,900.