Police arrested three Floral Park men, a father and two sons, for possession of approximately $25 million worth of counterfeit designer accessories, according to the Nassau County Police Department.
The merchandise was found at three locations, the men’s Willis Avenue home, their warehouse in New Hyde Park and an undisclosed rental property, according to a police spokeswoman.
Mahmood Nasir, 55, and his two sons, Ramish, 22 and Rubail, 18, were arrested on Tuesday at their Willis Avenue residence, according to police.
The knock off goods were being shipped through John F. Kennedy International Airport, according to a police spokeswoman.
The products included knockoffs of luxury designers including Rolex, Burberry, Hublot, Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton, according to police.
The arrest comes after a six month long investigation into the importation of counterfeit accessories conducted by Nassau County detectives, Homeland Security Investigators and U.S. Custom Border Protection Officers, according to a police release.
Mahmood Nasir is charged with counterfeiting in the first and second degrees. His sons are each charged with counterfeiting in the first degree and conspiracy in the fourth degree, according to police.
During the Nasirs’ arraignments last Wednesday at Nassau County First District Court, Judge Joy Watson adjourned the cases. Mahmood Nasir is held at $125,000 cash or bond.
Rubail Nasir is held at $12,500 cash or bond, and Ramish is held at $50,000 cash or bond.
On Friday Judge Anthony Paradiso adjourned the cases with the same bail.
They are due back in court on Friday.
They are represented by attorney Guy Allen.
Allen declined to comment.