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Homeland Security Agents Raid York City Apparel Store

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Federal agents with the Department of Homeland Security raid an apparel store in downtown York.   Teams of agents swooped down on “Bust-A-Left” along the 1st block of West Market Street this morning.  York City Police are assisting. The agents carried out several dozen boxes of alleged counterfeit name brand items including hats, shoes, handbags and sports jerseys.

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Boxes of seized items were stacked on the sidewalk in front of the store  prior to being hauled away. The raid is one of many carried simultaneously in other areas in Pennsylvania by Homeland Security. No word on whether the store owners have been charged.

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  • Worried American

    I thought Homeland security was formed to catch terrorist, not bust counterfeit name brand items including hats, shoes, handbags and sports jerseys. I guess since there are no terrorist to catch in the homeland they have to do something to justify their formation. They might even replace the police, they would be able to raid anybody's home or business without warrants because according to the government we are all terrorist.

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