The Minneapolis office of Homeland Security Investigations is warning consumers about counterfeit products.
A 39-year-old Plymouth man faces charges for allegedly selling refurbished and counterfeit cell phones on the Internet while claiming they were new, according to the Department of Justice.
A 32-year-old Prior Lake man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for making fake postage stamps.
Fifteen locally-based websites were among the 150 shut down in a pre-holiday crackdown targeting sites selling counterfeit and pirated merchandise.
Eight people have been sentenced for trafficking counterfeit goods, including fake NFL and NHL jerseys.