From: NBC-17 Oct. 21
RALEIGH, N.C. - A raid at the N.C. State Fair Wednesday uncovered more than $80,000 worth of counterfeit trademarked goods, according to Secretary of State officials.
The raid was conducted by agents with the North Carolina Secretary of State's Office, Fairgrounds Police, Raleigh PD, and the Wake County Sheriff's Department.
Agents charged 50-year-old Martin Cohen, of Florida, with one count of felony criminal use of a counterfeit trademark for selling items that featured Disney characters and professional sports team logos.
James Paul McDermott and Teresa Ann McDermott, of Missouri, were charged with misdemeanor trademark violations for selling alleged counterfeit designer handbags at the fair.