Following a six-month investigation, Metropolitan Toronto Police filed three criminal charges on July 13 against an alleged counterfeiter of music, movies, video games, electronic equipment and apparel.

Owen Brown, owner of I-Man Muzik, was arrested during a raid at the store in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough. Brown faces three criminal copyright and fraud-related charges.

Police seized suspected counterfeit goods including approximately 20,000-25,000 music CDs, as well as movie DVDs, video games, name brand Bluetooth headsets, iPods, jackets, shirts and other apparel. Police also seized cash, four CD/DVD burning towers, each with 6-8 burners and color printers allegedly used to print labels and CDs.

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