PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Federal prosecutors in Rhode Island say a grand jury has indicted a North Dakota man accused of participating in a scheme to sell counterfeit clothing to the U.S. military and other buyers.
The U.S. attorney’s office says 50-year-old Terry Roe conspired with others to have items produced in China and Pakistan that had fake labels with genuine U.S. trademarks.
The scheme involved more than $20 million worth of goods sold to military and government buyers in Rhode Island and elsewhere.
Two New York City men have already pleaded guilty in connection to the scheme.
A message left with Roe’s attorney was not immediately returned.