Feds indict four with smuggling bogus pet products into the U.S.

The U.S. government indicted four people with smuggling counterfeit pet products into the country. Mark Tran, 40, of Fountain Valley, CA, and William Humphreys, 58, of Laguna Hills, CA, were among those named in an unsealed indictment, OC Weekly reported. They are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and trafficking in counterfeit labels and smuggling goods into the U.S. Among the counterfeit goods were products labeled as Merial Pharmaceutical's Frontline and Frontline Plus flea and tick killer. More

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