Two Shop Owners in Ocean City, N.J., Charged With Selling Fake Jewelry, Handbags

Police in Ocean City, N.J., have charged a pair of boardwalk shop proprietors
with selling counterfeit jewelry and handbags, The Press of Atlantic City
reports.

Umar Farooq, of Seashore Jewelry, and Michael S. Miller, of Silver
Lining, were charged and released on summonses, according to the report, which
said police seized more than 700 jewelry items and 40 handbags after conducting
searches of the two establishments.

The accused allegedly sold fake products under names such as Chanel, Coach,
Juicy Couture, Louis Vuitton, and Prada, the report said.