Your smartphone, laptop, TV and even dishwasher could all be fakes.
Three people are under arrest for allegedly counterfeiting body armor.
A Sweetwater Police detective is facing federal fraud charges after prosecutors allege he took part in a counterfeiting operation.
Agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the Miami International Airport have been busy lately taking more than $86 million worth of counterfeit and pirated merchandise into custody.
Slick, but not slick enough: a Tamarac man has been indicted on a charge of selling $800,000 in counterfeit U.S. dollars.
We’re all on the lookout for counterfeit cash. We know to be suspicious of counterfeit purses. But what about fake food? It’s a growing threat in the US and beyond.
When you can buy high-priced, brand name merchandise for cheap prices, it means it’s probably fake and more than $10 million worth of fake brand name merchandise won’t be sold in South Florida or anywhere else after being seized at Port Miami.
Thanksgiving isn’t just about turkey, it’s about shopping of course, but South Florida retailers are keeping an alert eye on customers who try to pay with counterfeit cash.
The demand for sexual enhancement drugs is turning far and dark corners of the world into make shift labs, cranking out fake Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. CBS4’s Cynthia Demos has the shocking video of a raid on one such phony lab in China.
A major tobacco company is taking more than a dozen local retail stores to court alleging the stores are selling counterfeit cigarettes.