Bradenton Man Guilty Of Manufacturing Counterfeit CurrencyAnthony Wayne Smith (58, Bradenton) has pleaded guilty to manufacturing counterfeit currency. He faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 6, 2022.
Georgia Couple Sentenced For Illegally Selling Male Enhancement Products And Naturalization FraudU.S. District Judge Steve C. Jones sentenced Irfanali Momin, 48, and Shiba I. Momin a/k/a Saguftabanu Momin, 42, a/k/a Saguftabanu Momin, husband and wife, of Dahlonega to one year, six months in prison for naturalization fraud and conspiring to illegally import and distribute misbranded drugs from China and trafficking in counterfeit goods
Dept. Of Homeland Security Warns Of Counterfeit Super Bowl ProductsThe Department of Homeland Security Investigations is increasing its efforts this week to find vendors selling counterfeit Super Bowl merchandise. Last year the department seized $123 million worth of counterfeit sports items.
Dark Web Bust: 2 Arrested And 16,000 Pills, $143K & Firearms SeizedTwo Floridians were arrested in Inverness Wednesday for racketeering and a host of other charges for their role in selling counterfeit drugs on the dark web.
Ga. Couple Plead Guilty: Illegally Imported Male Enhancement ProductsIrfanali Momin and Shiba I. Momin a/k/a Saguftabanu Momin, husband and wife, have each pleaded guilty to numerous charges including naturalization fraud, importation of illegal male enhancement drugs and trafficking of counterfeit goods, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta.