Williams–Sonoma associate busted for $200,000; merchandise
ended up on the internet.
David Muscat worked as a stock room associate for the last
six years and was very diligent about taking out the trash.
Muscat staged merchandise in the stock room, then when given
the opportunity, placed the item into a trash bag and
walked the merchandise and the trash out the door.
Williams-Sonoma claims the loss totals $453,444.66 over the
past 3 years. (Source
Traffic stop nets $12,000 in counterfeit goods.
Following too close and the smell of marijuana in the car
is never a good thing, especially if you are
transporting counterfeit Nikes, Louis Vuitton and UGGS.
Police stated the serial numbers on the shoe's tongue
didn't match the numbers on the box, the Nike logos
peeled right off, and Michael Jordan's hand had one too
many fingers. Police have taken in over $100,000 in
counterfeit items traveling on I-85 in the past 3
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