Fake Apple Products Busted at a Traffic Stop in Houston; Confiscated with 1 Arrest

Houston, TX: The authorities in Houston discovered a large number of counterfeit Apple products in the trunk of a vehicle that had been stolen. The deputies have filed charges against one man.

A Toyota Camry that had been stolen was stopped by deputies in the 6200 block of Richmond Avenue at roughly three in the morning on March 29, according to the authorities from the Harris County Precinct 5 Constable’s Office.

A total of thirteen AirPods, five iPads, and eleven Apple watches with a combined value of over $20,000 were found inside the vehicle.

According to the officials, it was determined that many of the things were counterfeit products and had serial numbers that were identical to one another. Furthermore, the labels that were placed on the boxes in which the items were wrapped did not match up with the ones that were found on the products themselves.

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As a consequence of this, Conelle Davis, who is 44 years old, has been charged with the felony offense of counterfeiting a trademark.

Davis is claimed to have a long history of committing crimes of this nature, as evidenced by the fact that he was arrested twice for trademark counterfeiting in Harris County and several other times for accusations that are comparable elsewhere.

According to the officials, every piece of counterfeit property was taken into custody as evidence.