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Police Seize Counterfeits From Troy Taylor Store

HARTFORD — City police seized tons of counterfiet merchandises from Troy Taylor Store on Blue Hills Avenue.

According to police, community service officers Carlo Faienza and Theodore Sposito and others from the Northwest Conditions unit executed a search and seizure warrant at Troy Taylor Store located at 643 Blue Hills Ave. 

The search warrant was the result of information developed by Officer Faienza and Officer Hiram Otera that several computers stolen from the Dwight Annex School located at 417 Franklin Ave. had been allegedly sold from Troy’s, police said. Both officers then determined that counterfeit CD’s and DVD’s were also being sold at this location, police said.

Police seize merchandise from Troy Taylor Store

The search warrant resulted in the arrest of  the following six individuals:

Troy Anthony Hicks, 53, of 91 Oakridge Dr., Windsor Locks was charged with counterfeit marks and labels, CD’s and DVD’s without marks and labels, possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell narcotics and operating a drug factory.

Troy Anthony Hicks, Jr. 23 of 126 Columbus Circle Apt B-1, East Hartford, was charged with counterfeit marks and labels, CD’s and DVD’s without marks and labels, possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell narcotics and operating a drug factory.

Aubrey Diquana Hicks, 20, of 56 Trumbull Ave., Plainville, was charged with counterfeit marks and labels, CD’s and DVD’s without marks and labels, possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell narcotics and operating a drug factory.

Tylon, 34 of 91 Oakridge Dr., Windsor Locks, was charged with counterfeit marks and labels, CD’s and DVD’s without marks and labels, possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell narcotics and operating a drug factory.

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