CBS 2’s Pam Zekman helps Cook County authorities set up some fake-ticket makers.
Could you be driving around with fake airbags and not know it? That’s what Cook County investigators want to know after they found two dozen counterfeit airbags at a southwest suburban auto shop.
According to Grand Victoria security officers, Coleman entered the casino the morning of May 20, pretended to use an ATM for the benefit of surveillance cameras, and then used four $100 bills already in his possession to play blackjack.
Federal prosecutors have alleged 46-year-old Michael McKay sent out fake money orders – ranging from $900 to $2,000 – to more than 600 homes across the U.S., asking people to be “secret shoppers.”
Police are warning Near North Side businesses of a man using counterfeit currency to buy clothing at area stores
Authorities intercepted fake official football jerseys at O’Hare International Airport. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Some mail-order guitars coming through O’Hare struck a false note with U.S. Customs agents. They were fakes from China.
Two teenage boys from Crystal Lake are in big trouble, after allegedly making $700 worth of photocopies of a single $20 bill and using them to buy pot.
Police this week busted a small store on the city’s West Side that was had thousands of bootleg CDs and DVDs in stock.
Four people were arrested for allegedly selling knock-off Coach, Tiffany, Gucci, Prada and other high-end merchandise at a flea market.
A counterfeit check cashing ring cheated local currency exchanges and Wal-Mart stores out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
An undercover investigation led authorities to a Riverwoods man accused of making and selling more than $650,000 worth of counterfeit merchandise featuring Chicago Bears, Blackhawks and other brand logos.