The Nassau County Police Department’s Asset Forfeiture Unit has reported the arrests of three Floral Park men at 6:20 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 26, in Floral Park.
Nassau detectives assigned to the JFK task force in conjunction with Homeland Security Investigators and U.S. Custom Border Protection Officers began an extensive six-month investigation into the importing of counterfeit watches, bags and accessories. The investigation led to the execution of three search warrants at an address on Willis Avenue in Floral Park, at Storage 1-2-3 (119 South 3rd St. in New Hyde Park) and at an undisclosed rental property.
The results yielded approximately $25 million in counterfeit merchandise including Rolex, Burberry, Hublot, Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton.
Mahmood Nasir, 55, Ramish Nasir, 22, and Rubail Nasir, 18, were arrested at their Floral Park residence.
Defendant Mahmood is charged with first- and second-degree counterfeiting.
Defendants Ramish and Rubail are each charged with first-degree counterfeiting and fourth-degree conspiracy. They were scheduled to be arraigned on Dec. 27 in First District Court in Hempstead.