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$675,000 in fake jewlery seized by Customs officers

Products were headed from Hong Kong to New York.

Customs seizes almost $38 million in fake Rolex watches

Two seizures in less than seven days, huge street values if had been real.

Customs officers snag $5.2 million in fake designer jewelry

Officers catch two shipments headed to fake address.

In a week, Customs officers seize $7.6 million from cocaine to sports jerseys

Seizures cover spectrum of illegal drugs, fake goods.

One night, five shipments, more than $1.1 million seized in Louisville

Items coming from Hong Kong and UAE headed for California, New York, other places.

Customs officers seize $193,000 in fake goods

Items came from Vietnam, headed to California.

Agents seize more than $500,000 in fake designer purses

Bags were headed to Brooklyn, N.Y.

CBP officers seize $115,000 in fake goods

55 items from Gucci to make-up and shoes.

Police: Man arrested for public intoxication, forgery

Richmond police took a man into custody on June 9, for public intoxication.

While Hemp Seeds Held Up, One Farmer Prepares To Plant

Customs is holding 250 pounds of hemp seeds in Louisville. A Rockcastle County farmer has seeds, and will be the first in the state since about WWII to plant hemp.

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