General Crime

* Three Men Arrested for Allegedly Selling Counterfeit Merchandise

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Vacaville police have arrested three men for allegedly trying to sell counterfeit merchandise in a parking lot. Someone reported that females were being approached in the parking lot at 777 E. Monte Vista Ave. about buying fine jewelry that was actually costume jewelry. The suspects didn’t have permits to solicit in the city, police said. Officers recovered 26 rings, 10 bracelets, two watches, 27 gold chains and two silver chains. The Macy’s tags on some of the recovered merchandise totaled about $58,690. The suspects, men from Antioch, Sacramento and Rodeo, were arrested Friday and booked into Solano County jail, police said today. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call Officer Frank Piro at (707) 449-5200.

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