Fake Body Armor
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A trio in Central Florida was arrested on allegations of creating and selling fake body armor that provided no ballistic protection.

Investigators allege that Scott Anderson, owner of Alpha Inc., sold counterfeit body armor at gun shows across Florida. Agents believe Scott Williams and Arami Rodriguez worked for Anderson and assisted in the manufacturing and selling of the fake body armor.

“These suspects sold dangerous products to unsuspecting consumers raking in large profits for themselves,” said FDLE Orlando Regional Operations Center Special Agent in Charge Danny Banks.

Read more at www.clickorlando.com/news/trio-sold-fake-body-armor-at-florida-gun-shows-fdle-says/-/1637132/22544608/-/qad7lg/-/index.html.

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