• Traffic stop leads to alleged counterfeit goods


    GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Police say a license plate violation led them a stash of alleged counterfeit goods.

    Officers made the traffic stop along Interstate 85 near Hamilton Mill Road on Monday night.

    Gwinnett police emailed Channel 2 Action News photographs of counterfeit Louis Vuitton, Coach, and Michael Kors purses they found inside the car.

    Police arrested the driver, 34-year-old, Adrian Kaiser, of South Carolina. Investigators said he offered a couple of reasons for having the merchandise.

    "He initially claimed that they belonged to his wife,” Gwinnett County Police Cpl. Ed Ritter said.

    Then, he later stated he bought the items for $25 and he was taking them back to South Carolina to sell them for $40, Ritter said.

    Kaiser is charged with having forged or counterfeited good and driving without a license.

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