grey polo shirts Man charged with selling fake goods
KANSAS CITY, Kan. Attorney Barry Grissom said Friday.
Jehad Shalabi, 44, is charged with one count of conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit trademark goods.
The indictment alleges that Shalabi sold counterfeit goods at the Joe Black clothing store at 3201 State Ave. in Kansas City, Kan. In 2009, Shalabi was identified as the manager of the store. Subsequently, he listed the owner and manager of the store for occupational tax purposes in the names of his accountant or relatives.
The indictment alleges Shalabi offered for sale at Joe Black hundreds of counterfeit trademark items including Polo Ralph Lauren shirts, hoodies and T shirts; Nike Air Force, Jordan Airmax and Goadomes shoes; Major League Baseball hats; T shirts,
tank tops, jeans, sweatshirts, hoodies and shorts with tattoo designs by Ed Hardy; Luxirie jeans; Rocawear T shirts, long sleeve shirts and body suits; and Coogi shirts, dresses, T shirts, shorts, jeans and jackets.