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Lancaster man facing charges after selling fraudulent inspection stickers

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LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– A Lancaster man is facing charges after selling fraudulent inspection stickers.

Ramon Bracero, 51, is facing trademark counterfeiting and other related charges for the incident.

In April of 2017, a Dauphin County citizen saw inspection stickers being advertised through an online sales website.

The citizen contacted police, with a tip being sent to the State Police Vehicle Fraud Investigations Unit to investigate.

The inspection stickers were determined to be counterfeits, and after a series of court orders and search warrants, the seller of the stickers was determined to be Bracero.

A search of Bracero’s residence revealed evidence of the counterfeit inspection sticker sales on his cellphone.

Now, he is facing charges.