LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Louisville police say child's honesty resulted in two men being charged with selling counterfeit CDs from the truck of a car.
The Courier-Journal reported that police were investigating two men parked outside Better Days Records, Tapes & CDs in western Louisville on Friday. Officers said they found "hundreds of CDs" in the trunk of the car occupied by 49-year-old Eric Stratton and 30-year-old Clifford Wright of Louisville.
Stratton told officers that he was in the area to get his son's haircut. Police say the child told officers "he sells the CDs."
Police say Wright had two binders with prices and business cards that said "Music and Movies Delivery."
The men are charged with prohibited commerce in counterfeit goods or services. Jail records did not list an attorney for them.
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