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Brockton police made the arrests on Saturday after a months long investigation by Brockton and Randolph detectives, Brockton’s code enforcement officer and special agents from the federal Department of Homeland Security into illegal counterfeit sales at the Quality Inn at 1005 Belmont St., Route 123.
Police arrested Lisa L. Perry, 46, of Brockton; Karen Nunziato, 44, of Braintree; and Mark Fasano, 54, and Theodore Joseph Rouillard, 59, both of Quincy.
All four are charged with distributing a counterfeit mark, a felony. Fasano was released on $540 cash bail and Nunziato, Perry and Rouillard were released on $40 cash bail. All four were scheduled to be arraigned in Brockton District Court on Tuesday.
During the incident, police said, they cleared out the bar area at the Quality Inn, where “a couple of hundred” people were waiting to purchase the counterfeit items, which included “knock off” Burberry, North Face and Ugg items.
Police seized more than $126,000 in counterfeit merchandise, three motor vehicles and more than $3,000 in cash. Police said the counterfeit goods were being stored in a Randolph storage facility.