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Jonathon Brookes, from Coventry, has been jailed for three years at the Old Bailey today (26th Sept) after being found guilty of producing and distributing fake £10 notes estimated to be worth over £100,000.
The Premier League and National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) are urging fans to steer clear of counterfeit goods that are being produced on a massive scale in their clubs name.
A new police unit to tackle illegal downloads and counterfeit DVDs and CDs has carried out its first raids and arrested two men in Birmingham and seized suspected counterfeit DVD box sets worth around £40,000, including titles such as Game of Thrones, CSI and Vampire Diaries.
A rogue internet trader who sold fake versions of gadgets has been jailed for two-and-a-half years after an investigation by Portsmouth City Council trading standards.
The former Ince & Co partner jailed yesterday for defrauding the firm attempted to obtain an OBE by faking letters hailing him as a cancer charity hero.
Two men appeared before Leeds Magistrates' Court in response to a summons in connection with forgery and misleading statements made to the market by JJB Sports Plc in 2009.
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