By: Don Shaw email: don.shaw@pennsylvaniachronicle.com (570) 543-2961

Louis Vuitton calls Ephrata Police, man arrested for selling counterfeit fashion

Louis Vuitton calls Ephrata Police, man arrested for selling counterfeit fashion

Ephrata, PA

Ephrata Police received a complaint from a representative of the high-end fashion brand Louis Vuitton that under priced, counterfeit fashion items were being sold in bulk by two vendors at Green Dragon Market, 955 North State Street, Ephrata Township. 

The representative of the fashion brand conducted an investigation, made buys of counterfeit merchandise on multiple weeks and identified suspects.  On Friday, September 13, 2019, Ephrata Police say they joined the investigation.  Police confirmed the sale of counterfeit merchandise and seized over 500 items of counterfeit merchandise made to resemble merchandise distributed by Vuitton. 

Ephrata Police charged Ndiaye L. Serignel, 50, of Staten Island, NY, with Trademark Counterfeiting.  Police expect to charge a second vendor by the end of the month. Serignel was released on $10,000 unsecured bond.