The alleged seller faces felony charges.

Authorities in Utah have arrested a woman they say was selling counterfeit sunglasses bearing such names as Ray-Ban and Oakley.

Yosis Larson has been charged with a series of felonies -- criminal simulation and communications fraud as well as engaging in a pattern of unlawful activity, the Standard-Examiner reports.

Larson, 52, was allegedly selling items from a home in South Ogden. The counterfeit Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vonzipper and Victoria Beckham sunglasses were being sold for $40 or less each, authorities said.

The Standard-Examiner reports that Statewide Enforcement of Crimes by Undocumented Residents (SECURE) strike force seized more than 300 pairs, with a total value of more than $15,000.

The Utah Attorney General’s Office filed an indictment in the 2nd District Court.

Read more at the Standard-Examiner

 
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