BUSTED: Boynton Beach Pair Arrested for Selling Over $2 Million Dollars in Counterfeit Watches Through Classifieds App “LetGo”

Steven Michael Price, 32, and Deva Overman, 37, both of Boynton Beach, were charged with selling counterfeit goods of $20k or more within Palm Beach County. Both, are scheduled to appear in court this morning.

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – On September 18, 2019, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office detectives received information from investigators that an individual identified as Steven Michael Price, 32, was selling large quantities of counterfeit watches through the LetGo App under the username Deva Overman within Palm Beach County.

Further investigation led to a search warrant of the home locating several counterfeit watches and bags. A total of $ 2,399,400.00 in counterfeit property was recovered from the residence.

Both Price and Overman were arrested and booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on charges of selling counterfeit goods in excess of $20k or more. Steven Price was also charged with a weapons offence of ‘use or display’ of a firearm during a felony. Both, will be attending first appearance this morning September 19, 2019.

Charges are allegations, and defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

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