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Fake Purses, Jeans and Jackets and Real Drugs: Tate County Man Arrested

AG Jim Hood helped to draft the bill

SENATOBIA, Miss.–You can’t sell phony purses, jackets, jeans and shirts, and real drugs, and get away with it in Mississippi. That’s the message from Atty. Gen. Jim Hood after Keith Roderick Danner was arrested this week in Senatobia.

Hood said Danner, 41, was put in cuffs after an undercover investigation showed he was selling drugs, plus the fake goods from his car and from property he owned. The phony shirts and jackets included fake Polo and Northface logos.

Hood said the counterfeit items were worth about $60,000.

If he’s convicted, Danner could get 30 years, plus $270,000 in fines. His arrest came after an investigation by the attorney general’s Knock Ou Knock Offs Task Force, the Senatobia Police Dept. and Homeland Security.

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