Phony tickets, women’s underwear, more seized in Kansas City
Five people from New York had a very lucrative scheme until it was discovered by some alert police officers in Maryland Heights.
According to the indictment, Jack Frison Sr. knew that many of the vendors at Frison Flea Market were selling counterfeit goods and allowed them to continue doing so.
Buford made thousands selling the fake purses online.
Harrisonville police are searching for a man who has used counterfeit money at six different businesses.
One person paid as much as $100,000 for the fake handbags.
Michael S. Selhime of Wood River is charged with forgery
The U-S Attorney’s office says area homeless people were recruited in the scheme.
Shawn Turner of New York will be sentenced in Missouri, March 8th.
Shawn Turner is accused of illegally profiting from Cards vs. Rangers games.