Four men were arrested Sunday on counterfeit trademark charges after authorities said they intended to sell fake NHL All-Star T-shirts to fans in town for the game.
The men were arrested by agents of the N.C. Department of the Secretary of State. Each was charged with one count of criminal use of counterfeit trademark, a felony.
Agents said in the warrants they found 144 counterfeit T-shirts.
The four men arrested were identified as James Anthony Quattlebaum, 46, and Xavier Jamal Quattlebaum, 24, both of Columbia, S.C.; Keithon Delviron Watkins, 40, of Charlotte; and Joseph Andrea Williams, 47, of Durham.
All four men were in custody in the Wake County jail.
James Quattlebaum, Watkins and Williams were each being held in lieu of $5,000 bail. Bail for Xavier Quattlebaum was set at $2,000.